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TOWN of COHASSET 

ANNUAL REPORT 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING 
DECEMBER 31, 1992 



Front Photo 

Minot's Ledge Lighthouse during a storm; photo taken about 
1930 (courtesy of Cohasset Historical Society ). 

Rear Photo 

Replica of Minot's Ledge Lighthouse under construction by 
the Cohasset Historical Commission through volunteer labor and 
donations. The base is the original watch room from Minot's Ledge 
Lighthouse which was given to the Town of Cohasset by the Coast 
Guard following the lighthouse's reconstruction from 1987-1989. 
(photo courtesy of Hamilton Tewksbury). 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Board of Selectmen 
of the Financial Affairs 

of me 

Town of Cotiasset 

Reports of the Sctiool Committee 

and ttie 

Report of Other Town Officers 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 

1992 



TOWN OF COHASSET 

Incorporated 1770 
Population January 1992 - 7,274 



Tenth Congressional District 
Representative Gerry E. Studds 



Norfolk and Plymouth Senatorial District 
Senator: Robert L. Hedlund 



Third Plymouth Representative District 
Representative: Mary Jeanette Murray, Cohasset 



Annual Town Meeting 
Last Saturday in March 



Election of Officers 
First Saturday in April 



Marion Sullivan 

Februarys, 1992 

Cohasset School Teacher 



Joseph Silvia 

March 1, 1992 

Patrolman 
Special Police Officer 

Call Firefighter 
Asst. Harbor Master 



Mary Fiori 

May 7, 1992 

Democratic Town Committee 
Election Worker 



Hope Warren 

June 20, 1992 

Shade Tree Committee 



David Chittim 

Julys, 1992 

Handicapped Committee 

Council on Aging 

So. Shore Regional School District Rep. 

Cable TV Council 

Library Trustee 

Personnel Committee 

Registrar of Voters 

U.S. Constitutional Committee 



John E. O'Brien 

August 26, 1992 

Cohasset Soccer Coach 



ELECTED OFFICIALS - TOWN OF COHASSET 1992 

SELECTMEN Tenn Exp»es 

Martha K. Gjesteby 1993 

Jane O. Goedecke 1993 

Rocco F. Laugelle 1994 

Merle S. Brown 1995 

Michael H. Sullivan 1995 

MODERATOR 

William D. Weeks 1993 
resigned Sept. 10, 1992 

George L. Marlette appointed Temporary Moderator on October 19, 1992 to 
fill the unexpired term. 

TOWN CLERK - to fill an unexpired term 

Marion L. Douglas 1993 

TREASURER/COLLECTOR 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 1993 

HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 

Harold W. Litchfield 1993 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Nancy L. Sandell 1993 

Barbara W. Bliss 1994 

J. Russell Reidy 1994 

Ralph D. Kidder 1995 

Kenneth P. Wilcox 1995 

TRUSTEES PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Sheila S. Evans 1993 

Lucille McLoughhn 1993 

Doris R. McNulty 1993 

Elizabeth F. Eaton 1994 

Agnes McCann 1994 

George E. Haley 1994 

Barbara M.Power 1995 

Lucia R.Woods 1995 

Katharine H. Sturtevant ^ 1995 

ASSESSORS 

James W. Lagrotteria 1993 

Michael C.Patrolia 1994 

RossW. Rosano 1995 

BOARD OF HEALTH 

William E. Baird 1993 

Robert Davenport 1993 

Thomas Charles Cook 1 995 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Joanne Young-Nawn 1994 

Stephen F. Wigmore 1995 

John D. Muncey 1996 

Ralph Perroncello 1997 

Richard J. Silvia (appointed as State Member term 
will expire on July 28 , 1 997). 

PLANNING BOARD 

Robert H. Sturdy 1993 

William J. Good 1994 

JohnF.OToole 1995 

Jean H. Simon ds 1996 

Alfred S.Moore, Jr. 1997 

RECREATION COMMISSION 

Richard Barrow 1993 

Shelanne S. Durkin 1994 

Stephen Endris 1995 

Thomas Wigmore 1996 

Terese England Duggan 1997 

Mary K. Muncey 1997 

Peter G. Laugelle 1997 

SEWER COMMISSIONERS 

Edward M. Guild 1993 

R. Gary Vanderweil, Jr. 1994 

Henry A. Rattenbury 1995 

WATER COMMISSIONERS 

William J . Montuori 1 993 

James R. Sheerin 1994 

Ronald Goodwin 1995 



TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

Executive Secretary Term Expires 

Gregory J. Doyon 1994 

Town Accountant 

Mary J. Gallagher (resigned 3/6/92) 1993 

J. Michael Buckley, Jr. (appointed 10/19/92) 1995 

Temporary Town Accountants 

Gregory J. Doyon (Appointed 3/9/92 - resigned 6/26/92) 
Donald N. Jensen (appointed 6/22/92 - resigned 10/18/92) 

Chief of Police 

Joseph M. Kealey (resigned 12/31/92) 1993 

Sergeants of Police Under Civil Service 

Richard J, Abbadessa 
Robert W. Jackson 
Brian W. Noonan 
David J. Pomarico 

Patrolmen Under Civfl Service 

Lawrence D. Ainslie 
Brian Cogill 
David C.Cogill 
Carmelo Conte 
John C. Conte 
Thomas O. DaSilva 
Frederick H. Grassie 
Clifton B. Jones 
Paul J. Laugelle 
Lisa M. Matos 
Shellee L. Peters 
John H. Small 
Richard Yocum 

Lockup Keepers 

Joseph M. Kealey 
Robert W. Jackson 

Animal Control Officer 

William P. Quigley 1993 

Director of Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 

Arthur H. Lehr, Jr. 

Fire Chief 

JohnR. Nadeau 1995 



Hazardous Waste Coordinator 

John R. Nadeau 

Fire Department Under Civfl Service 

James Lee Gurry Captain 

Roger W. Lincoln Captain 

Robert D. Silvia Captain 

Mark H. Trask Captain 

Paul T. Bilodeau Firefighter 
John T. Boswell III Firefighter EMT 

Francis X. Mahoney, Jr. Firefighter 

Edward M. Corbo Firefighter 

Linwood L. Davis Firefighter 

Thomas P. Finegan Firefighter 

James E. Fiori Firefighter 
Thomas G. Herman Firefighter EMT 

William T. Litchfield Firefighter 

Matthew B. Marr Firefighter 

Paul F. McGaffigan Firefighter 

Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr. Firefighter 
Robert F. Protulis Firefighter EMT 

William J. ProtuUs Firefighter 

Randall W. Rosano Firefighter 

James P. Runey Firefighter 
William A. Sestito Firefighter EMT 

Edward J. Struzik Firefighter 
Eric Wenzlow Firefighter EMT 

James F. Curley Firefighter 

Forest Warden 

John R. Nadeau, Fire Chief 

Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 

Robert M.Egan 1993 

numbing and Gas Inspector (Appointed by Building Inspector) 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr. 1993 

Superintendent of Wires 

Stephen F. Wigmore 1993 

Assistant Superintendent of Wires 

Richard Gallo 1993 

Town Counsel 

Richard A. Henderson 1993 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Lot E. Bates, Jr. 1993 



Keeper of Town Clock 

Noel A. Ripley 1993 

Measurer of Wood and Bark 

Lot E.Bates, Jr. 1993 

Director of Veterans' Affairs and Burial Agent 

Noel A. Ripley 1993 

Constable 

Maria A. Plante 1995 

Inspector of Public Buildings 

Robert M.Egan 
John R. Nadeau 

Fence Viewers 

Grace A. Donohue 1993 

Kearin A. Dunn 1993 

Harbor Master 

Irving E.Gadow, Jr. 

Assistant Harbor Masters 

Clifford J. Dickson 1995 

David R. Marks, Jr. 1995 

Thomas W. Wigmore 1 995 

Matthew J. Riegel (Temp.) 1993 

Robert D. Baggs (Temp.) 1993 

SheilHsh Constable 

David R. Marks, Jr. (resigned 7/1/92) 

Rocco F. Laugelle, Temporary (appointed 8/17/92) 1993 

Assistant Shellfish Constable 

Thomas W. Wigmore 1993 

Town Archivist 

David H. Wadsworth 1993 

Custodian of Town Hall 

Pauline J. Litchfield 

Board of Tree , Park and Cemetery Commissioners 

Members of the Board of Selectmen 

Tree, Park and Cemetery Superintendent 

Peter G. Laugelle 1995 



Caretakers 

Herbert L. Marsh - Woodside, Beechwood, Perkins, and Cedar Street Cemeteries 

Water Resource Management 

Duncan T. McCormack 



BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND 

REPRESENTATIVES APPOINTED BY THE 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 



Advisory Board on County Expenditures 

Rocco F. Laugelle 1993 

Aging, Council on 

T. Gerard Keating, Chairman 1994 

Margaret W. Casey 1994 

RoseM. Kierce 1993 

Anna A. Abbruzzese, Secretary 1995 

Edward T. Mulvey 1995 

Sumner Smith, Jr., Vice Chairman 1993 

Joseph D. Buckley, Treasurer 1993 

David Chittim (deceased) 1993 

Austin F. O Toole 1994 

Austin L. Ahearn, Jr. 1993 
Mary H. Ahearn (Representative) 
Ann K. Hublitz (Representative) 
Jane H. Hamilton (Associate) 
Dorothea C. Bjorkgren (Associate) 

Arts Lottery Council 

Susan DeMichele 1993 

Jo-Ann L. Fichtner (term expired) 1992 

E. Sine Pounder 1993 

Penelope P. Redfield (term expired) 1992 

Paula M.Kozol 1993 

Harold E. CoughUn 1993 

Allison Moskow 1993 

Jane L. O'Brien 1994 

Delia DiBenedetto 1994 

Nancy D. Connolly 1 994 

Cable T.V. Council 

Shelanne S. Durkin (Recreation) 1993 

MarekL. Laas (Citizen) 1992 

John D. Walp (Citizen) 1 992 



Cemetery Study Committee 

Glenn A. Pratt, Chairman 
Peter G. Laugelle (ex officio) 
Mary A. Hartwell 
Jane M. Hamilton 
Nancy C. Snowdale 
Gerard L. Deveney 

Civil Rights Compliance Officer 

Gregory J. Doyon 

Cohasset Common Historic District Commission 

Marian C. Atkinson , Chairman (District resident) 1995 

James J. Murphy, Vice Chm. (Dist. res. - resigned 10/15/92) 1994 

Donald J. Evans (District resident) 1993 

David Buick (District resident) 1994 

James M. Sandell (AIA architect) 1995 

Karen L. Kirkendall (licensed realtor) 1994 

Gail Parks (Alternate - District resident) 1994 

Elizabeth M. Bates (District resident) 1994 

Mary Jane Larson (Alternate - District resident) 1994 

Mary C. Hartshome (Historical Society) 1995 

Computer Study Committee 

Andrew T. Hawks (left town) 

Richard J. Daniels 

Robert E. Leahy (left town) 

Mary E. McElroy 

Richard W. Swanborg, Jr. 

Daniel Nussdofer 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 

Guido J. Risi (School Representative) 

J. Michael Buckley, Jr. (Accountant's Office Representative) 

Conservation Commission 

Veneta P. Roebuck, Chairman 1995 

Merle S. Brown (resigned 4/13/92) 1994 

Thomas J. Callahan 1993 

Patricia C. Buckley (term expired) 1992 

Jeffrey C. Waal 1994 

John Kent Bryant * 1993 

Brian W. Murphy 1994 

Roseanne Marmo McMorris 1994 

Lynn E. Morgenstern 1995 



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Cultural Exchange Committee 




John S. Dean, Chairman 


1990 


Leonora C. Jenkins 


1990 


Joanne T. Chittick 


1990 


Mia Y. Dean 


1990 


Allison F. Ulmer 


1991 


Abigail White 


1991 


Susan W. Pile 


1991 


Ann E. Moore 


1990 


Paul Narkiewicz (ex officio) 


1991 


Drug and Alcohol Committee 




Eleanor M. Waal, Chairman 


1993 


Keith F. Knowles 


1993 


Sandra S. Kent 


1993 


James Edward Carroll, Jr. 


1993 


linda J. McCarthy 


1992 


Thomas Wigmore (resigned 10/16/92) 


1992 


Elaine Burke Davis 


1993 


Susan M. Shumaker (term expired) 


1992 


Mary P. Mack 


1993 


Clark Chatterton 


1993 


Terese E. Duggan 


1993 


Ralph D. Kidder (School Committee rep.) (resigned 2/15/92) 


1992 


Robert W. Jackson (PoUce Dept. representative) 


1992 


Kathleen M. O'Sullivan (Student Representative) 


1992 



Fair Housing Committee 

(Under re-organization as of April 2, 1990) 

Government Island Study Committee 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 1995 

Richard P. Barrow 1995 

Robert M. Davenport 1993 

Noel A. Ripley 1994 

James R. Bonetti 1994 
Irving E. Gadow, Jr., Harbor Master (ex officio) 

Groundwater Protection Committee 

(name changed to Water Resources Protection Committee 8/12/91) 

Handicapped Commission 

Michele A. Buckley, Chairman 1993 

John Zotos (term expired) 1992 

Deborah J. Richards 1993 

Pamela MacLean Johansen (term expired) 1992 

Katherine S. Bryant 1994 

Barbara L. O'Pray 1994 

Helen C. Northnagle 1 994 

Christopher Laugelle 1995 



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Harbor Committee 

John Pfaffmann, Chairman (Yacht Club) 1995 

Domenic M. Baccari (Sailing Club) 1993 

Lorren S. Gibbons (Commercial Fisherman) 1994 

Shelanne S. Durkin (Recreation Commission) 1993 

Jack P. Silvia (Commercial Fisherman) 1993 

Peter J. Wood (Citizen-at-Large) 1994 

John F. Bertolami (Independent) 1994 

John Larkin Thompson (Citizen-at-Large) (resigned 7/20/92) 1994 

Gail Parks (Citizen-at-Large) 1994 
Irving E. Gadow, Jr., Harbor Master (ex officio) 

Health Insurance Advisory Committee 

Linda A. Shultz 

Linwood L. Davis 

Sally A. Lincoln 

Boyd J. Livingston 

Richard B. Abbadessa, Jr. 

Raymond Levine 

Ernest J. Sullivan (Non-voting, retired) 

Historical Commission 

Noel A. Ripley , Chairman 1 992 

David H. Wadsworth 1994 

Barbara L. Dillon 1993 

Judith E. Fitzsimmons 1994 

Nancy C. Snowdale 1994 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury 1992 

Wigmore A. Pierson 1993 

Housing Partnership Committee 

Chartis B. Langmaid, Chairman 
Rev. Gary A. Ritts 
Lois H. Weltman 
Edward T. Mulvey 
Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 
Peter J. Logan 
John C. Englander 
C. Christopher Ford 

Insurance Advisory Committee 

Samuel W. Wakeman, Chairman 
Robert C. Ernest, Jr. 
Robert J. Murphy 



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Map Committee (Disbanded 5/4/92) 

Merle S. Brown 

Louis C. Bailey 

Sharon L. Becker 

Daniel C. Cotton 

Thomas S. Duggan 

Douglas R. Peck 

Mass. Transportation Committee to Represent the Town 
of Cohasset in the Greater Boston Region 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council Representative 

Martha K. Gjesteby Jan. 1994 

Milliken-Lillard Field Study Committee 

Joseph L. Connolly, Chairman 

Stephen C. Endris 

Clark Chatterton 

J. Russell Reidy 

R. Lawrence Shultz 

Donald E. Staszko 

Edwin H. Tebbetts (ex officio) 

Peter G. Laugelle (ex officio) 

John M. Worley (ex officio) 

Mosquito Control Committee 

Charles Gainor 

Mark L. Friedman, M.D. (vacancy decl. ^111191) 

Mix P. White 

James L. Gallagher (resigned 5/31/92) 

Joan Prescott Busk 

Frank Burk Ketcham, Jr. 

Linda T. Keller 

Police/Fire Station Renovation Building Committee 

David J. Chase, Chairman (resigned 9/9/92) 

Gerard A. Buckley 

Francis Collins 

William Higgins 

Joseph F. Manfredi 

Joseph M. Kealey {ex officio) 

John R. Nadeau (ex officio) 

Chief Procurement Officer 
Gregory J. Doyon 



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Public Works Garage Study Committee 

Terry J. Atherton 
John J. Riley 
Bruce A. Edmonds 
Peter L. Goedecke 
AustinL. Ahem, Jr. 

Registrars of Voters 

George L. Marlette III, Chairman (resigned 10/23/92) 1993 

Judith P. Volungis 1994 

Marion L. Douglas, Town Clerk 1995 

Margaret R. Charles 1995 

Dorothea Parm enter 1993 

Solid Waste Committee 

Barbara A. Kern 
Sharon L. Becker 
Jeffrey R. Power 

South Shore Regional School District Representative 

Laurence J. Mitchell 1993 

Straits Pond Committee 

Harvey Kertzman 
Merle R. Graham 
J. Anson Whealler 

Transfer Station Building Committee 

J. Anson Whealler, Chairman 
Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 
WilHam E. Baird 
Joseph R. Godzik (ex officio) 

Water Resources Protection Committee 

(formerly Groundwater Protection Committee) 

Hugh J. Morgan 

Leland H. Jenkins 

Barbara A. Kern 

William E. Baird (Board of Health) 

Thomas J. Callahan (Conservation Commission) 

Alfred S. Moore, Jr. (Planning Board) 

Ronald J. Goodwin (Water Department) 

Wompatuck State Park Advisory Council Representatives 

Donald B. Kennedy 
Laurence J. Mitchell 
John F. Hubbard, Liaison to GSA 



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Zoning Board of Appeals 

Myrna Putziger , Chairman 1 993 

S. Woodworth Chittick, Associate 1995 

Mark G. DeGiacomo 1993 

Edward J. Lubitz, Associate 1994 

Barbara M.Power 1995 

J. Anson Whealler, Associate 1993 



TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY AUTHORITIES 
OTHER THAN BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Assistant Town Treasurer 

Sally A. Lincoln 

Assistant Town Clerk 

Jacquelyn R. McGuire 

Assistant Town Collector 

Nancy C. Snowdale (retired 10/1/92) 
Linda M. Litchfield (appointed 10/2/92) 

Chief Librarian 

Richard E. Hayes 

Executive Director of Housing Authority 

Barbara S. Clain 

Health Agent 

Joseph R. Godzik, VM.D. 

Recreation Director (Appointed by Recreation Commission 
Under Article 54, May 1976 Town Meeting) 

John M. Worley 

Superintendent of Schools 

Stephen E. Hart 

Superintendent of Water Department 

Frank C. J. Hamilton (resigned 8/28/92) 
Duncan T. McCormack (appointed 1 1/18/92) 



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BOARDS, COMMITTEES, COMMISSIONS, 

REPRESENTATIVES APPOINTED BY AUTHORITIES 

OTHER THAN BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Advisory Committee 

Nancy Adams Roth, Chairman 1995 

Ann K. Whelan 1995 

Christopher Duggan (resigned 5/1 1/92) 1993 

Wayne Sawchuk 1994 

Michael T. Putziger 1993 

Roger S. Whitley 1995 

Peter O'Connor 1993 

Deborah S. Cook 1994 

Kenneth Ingber 1994 

Richard J. Redick 1993 

By-Law Committee 

Mary E. Gainor, Chairman 1995 

W. Roger Nast 1995 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 1994 
Marion L. Douglas, Town Clerk (ex officio) 
Richard A. Henderson, Town Counsel (ex officio) 

Capital Budget Committee 

G . Robert J ackson , Chairman 1 994 

Richard J. Avery 1993 

James E. Moore (term expired) 1992 

George S. Kovach, Jr. 1993 

Mark A. Baker 1994 

Samuel C. Pease 1995 

Design Review Board 

Gordon S. Hislop, Chairman 1995 

Robert A. Stansell, Jr. (Associate) (term expired) 1992 

Eileen M. Corbett 1995 

Nancy S. Garrison 1993 

Maxwell R. Pounder 1993 

Kathleen R. Fox 1994 

Robert C. Hunter (Associate) 1994 
Robert M. Egan (ex officio) 

Drainage Advisory Committee 

Thomas C. Cook, Chairman 1994 

Lyle E. Branagan 1993 

Thomas S. Cowan 1995 

Boyd J. Livingston 1993 

George C.Wey 1993 



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Committee to Survey Structure and Functions of Town Government 

F. Roy Fitzsimmons, Chairman 1994 

James L. Whalen 1993 

Wilson H. Pile 1995 

Patricia G. Facey (resigned 1 1/19/92) 1994 

Dennis L. Roth 1993 

Jack D.Bryant 1993 

Jean M. Muir 1994 

Personnel Committee 

Barbara J. Moore, Co-chairman 1995 

Peter F. Pacetti, Co-chairman 1995 

Joan S. Brown, (resigned 2/14/92) 1993 

Frederick J. Stobart (resigned 3/19/92) 1993 

Keith D. Kreycik 1993 

MarekL. Laas 1993 

JohnM. Seavey 1993 

Committee for the Study of the Structure of Public Safety Services 
(established under Article 34, Annual Town Meeting 1991) 

Clifford Mitman, Jr. (Citizen), Chairman 

Merle S. Brown (Board of Selectmen) 

Joseph M. Kealey (PoUce Chief) 

John R. Nadeau (Fire Chief) 

Katherine Stanton (Citizen) 

James P. Yess (Citizen) 

Dennis L. Roth (Citizen) 

Peter C. Donovan (Citizen) 

Raymond Kasperowicz (Advisory Comm.) 

Recycling Committee 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 
Merle S. Brown 
John F. Hubbard 

Regional Refuse Disposal Planning Committee 

(estabhshed under Article 63, Annual Town Meeting 1991) 
Thomas L. O'Brien 
Barbara A. Kern 
Alix P. White 

Regional School District Planning Committee 
(established under Article 33, Annual Town Meeting 1991) 

James C. Kirk, Chairman 
Mary Jane E. McArthur 
Nancy L. Sandell 



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SCHOOL FACILITIES COMMITTEE, under Article 42, March Meeting 1960. 
Appointed by the Moderator and Article 33 of 1975 Meeting. 

Appointed by the Moderator 

Robert G. Beggan 1994 

Russell D. Whitney 1993 

Appointed by Selectmen 

Robert L. Julian 1995 

Richard J. Silvia 1994 

Appointed by School Committee 

Joseph R. Nedrow 1993 

Elizabeth M. Bates 1993 



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GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

1992 KEY ACTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS 

January John R. Nadeau appointed as Fire Chief for a three-year term. 
First Drug-Free Weekend organized by Drug and Alcohol Committee. 

February Selectmen approve agreement with South Shore Hospital for Ad- 
vanced Life Support ambulance agreement. 

March Resignation of Mary J. Gallagher as Town Accountant. 

Re-appointment of Executive Secretary Gregory J. Doyon for 
a three -year term. 

EstabUshment of a PubHc Works Garage Study Committee. 

Lease executed with Cohasset Lightkeepers Corp. for a multi- 
purpose meeting hall at Govenmient Island lightkeeper's residence. 

Proposition 2Vi override election set. 

Town adopts a Sexual Harassment PoHcy. 

Hiring freeze involved pending results of override election. 

Town Meeting approves a four-year collective bargaining agreement 
with Cohasset Police Association. 

Selectmen reject candidates for Town Accountant. New search 
begins. 

April Michael H. Sullivan and Merle S. Brown are elected to the Board 

of Selectmen to replace Diana D. Kornet and Edwin H. Tibbetts. 

Town Meeting votes to estabHsh a PubUc Safety Committee and a 
Regional School District Planning Committee. 

May Electorate approves all articles on the override, including general 

budgetary override of $397,035. 

Robert V. Davenport elected by Board of Selectmen and Board of 
Health to fill the vacancy on the Board of Health created by the 
resignation of Michael H. Sullivan. 

June The South Shore Art Festival and Harborfest Committee again join 

forces for another weekend celebration. 

July Quarterly tax billing was implemented which is projected to save 

the Town thousands of dollars in interest and borrowing costs. 

Highway Department rebuilds the dangerous Beechwood and King 
Street intersection. 



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August Purchase and sale agreement on Bates Building entered into be- 

tween Town and South Shore Habitat for Humanity, Inc. 

Assistant Tax Collector Nancy C. Snowdale retires after twenty- 
five years of Town employment. 

September William D. Weeks resigns as Town Moderator after eleven years of 
service. 

October Award of new insurance contract saves Town tens of thousands of 
dollars. 

Highway Department rebuilds the James Brook Walkway with 
design and financial support from the Village Renaissance. 

Selectmen appoint George D. Marietta III to serve as interim Town 
Moderator until next municipal election. 

J. Michael Buckley, Jr., appointed as Town Accountant, 

Lead dust control in Town Hall results in clean-up costs of $30,000. 

November Selectmen reactivate Computer Study Committee. 

State awards grant to assist in Regional Fire District study. 

Special Town Meeting approves first labor contract with Library 
employees. 

December Joseph M. Kealey retires as Police Chief after ten years of service 
and twenty -seven years in the department. 

An ocean storm floods low-lying areas of Cohasset for the second 
consecutive year, causing damage to private and public property. 

The Paul Pratt Memorial Library's Old Colony Circulation Network 
goes on line. 

Doane Street culvert replacement project commences. 

Cohasset Harbor dredging project commences. 

The Cohasset Community Center, Inc. inaugurates a First Night 
Celebration on the Town Common. 



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BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

This year can truly be cermed the Year of Volunieerism in Cohasset. Major 
projects spearheaded by local citizens on Town property went into high gear in 
1992. Most notable of these are the leasing and reconstruction of the Government 
Island Duplex by the Cohasset Lightkeepers Corporation, the gift of the Bates 
Building to South Shore Habitat for Humanity, Inc. as affordable housing, con- 
struction of a Veterans' Memorial by a coaUtion of local organizations, and the 
addition to the Community Center which will result, among other things, in 
upgraded facilities for use of the Council on Aging. 

These activities involved contributions of time, services, and money by 
hundreds of persons, both inside and outside of Cohasset, on projects which will 
have community-wide benefits. The Board wishes to gratefully acknowledge this 
work on behalf of aU Cohasset's residents and Town government. 

The Board also extends its thanks to the Cohasset PoHce Association which 
raised money from residents and businesses to purchase new state of the art 
weapons for the Police Department. 

The Board gratefully acknowledges the contributions of Joseph M. Kealey 
for his twenty-seven years of service to the Town, during ten of which he served 
as Police Chief. 

This year was also characterized as one in which the Town's public safety 
services have been a subject of much concern and effort. Fire Chief John Nadeau 
brought new ideas and energy to revitalize and refocus the Fire Department with a 
goal of "fast, clean, friendly, professional service at an exceptional value." A 
recruitment campaign for call firefighters exceeded expectations, and it is grati- 
fying that due to the efforts of the Fire Chief and the interest of Townspeople 
the call force has been increased from fourteen to twenty-four, which greatly 
enhances the Town's capabiHty of fighting a major fire. 

The Fire Department has revamped its ambulance biQing system, and the 
Board is pleased that collections have improved dramatically, while rates have 
been maintained below what other area communities charge. 

A Public Safety Committee authorized by Town Meeting is studying various 
aspects of Town departments. The committee is expected to make its recom- 
mendations at the 1993 Annual Town Meeting. 

An effort to study regionalized area fire departments got under way in 
earnest, and has been supported by a $30,000 state grant to Cohasset and the 
Towns of Hingham, Hull, Norwell and Scituate. 

ONGOING AGENDA ITEMS 

As we enter 1993 we look forward to the completion of repairs to storm 
damaged areas of Atlantic Avenue and Jerusalem Road. 



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Plans are already being developed to implement 9-1-1 and to improve radio 
communications. 

As usual, finances will remain a focus of attention and concern. Residents 
have a right to quality services and we will strive to provide, and where possible, 
improve them. However, your Town officials must continually wrestle with 
demands for higher service levels versus the wilHngness or ability of residents 
to pay for those services. 

Finally, the Board would like to recognize the capable work provided by 
Town employees, especially pubHc safety and pubUc works personnel. Their 
outstanding efforts keep Cohasset a safe and desirable place to live, in spite 
of occurrences such as the December 12 storm, and other day to day problems 
that receive far less notoriety. Also, the Norfolk County Engineering Department 
deserves special thanks for providing teclinical assistance on many of the Town's 
construction projects. Our thanks go, too, to all Town officials, boards, com- 
mittees and department heads for their co-operation in this past year. 



BOARD OF SELECTMEN: 
Jane O. Goedecke, Chairman 
Martha K. Gjesteby, Vice Chairman 
Rocco F. Laugelle 
Merle S. Brown 
Michael H. Sullivan 



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INDEX FOR ANNUAL & SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
APRIL 4 & 7, 1992 

ARTICLE NO. DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLE 

1 Reports of various town officers. 
Adopted. 

2 Reports of Committees 
Adopted. 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

1 Transfer $28,000 to fund overtime for Fire Dept. 
Adopted. 

2 Appropriate $102,533 to resurface certain streets in town. 
Approved. 

3 Appropriate $25,000 to be applied to employee deduction 
account deficit for health insurance. 

Adopted. 

4 Transfer from surplus revenue $16^32.45 to pay salaries associa- 
ted with coastal storm. 

Adopted. 

5 Transfer from surplus revenue $48,000 to repair various streets, 
roads, bridges, etc. as a consequence of coastal storm on October 
30,1991. 

Adopted. 

6 Appropriate $6,400 to purchase a computer for the Water Dept. - 
transferred from Article 36 of Warrant for 1990 A.T.M. 
Adopted. 

7 Provide reconstruction for the Doane St. culvet reconstruction 
project. 

Indefinitely postponed. 

8 Appropriate $1,241.97 for removal of algae from the surface of 
Inner Little Harbor. 

Adopted. 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING DISSOLVED - RETURN TO ANNUAL TOWN 

MEETING 

RESOLUTION - for Sharon Becker 

3 Salaries & Compensation for elected officers and town depts. 
Budget for new fiscal year. 

Adopted. 
RESOLUTION - for C. Christopher Ford 

4 Salary & Rate Schedule Fiscal 1993. 
Adopted. 

5 Salary schedule for elected officials. 
Adopted. 

6 DPW bond of indemnity to Commonwealth. 
Adopted. 

RESOLUTION - for Edwin H. Tebbetts 

7 Authorize the Town Treasurer to borrow. 
Approved. 

8 Amend Article II of General Bylaws 
Approved. 

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43 The sum of $2,000.00 Dollars be transferred from available funds 
for the purpose of installing drainage system under Linden Drive. 
Approved. 

18 To rescind the sum of $ 1 ,000.00 Dollars which was to be used for 

Police/Fire Station. 
Approved. 

38 Board of Selectmen authorize an easement to the First Parish 

Unitarian Church. 
Approved. 

30 The sum of $15,000.00 Dollars be raised for household hazard- 

ous waste collection day. 
Approved. 

41 Article is indefinitely postponed. 

1 7 Article is indefinitely postponed . 

13 The Town accept authorizing a quarterly tax payment system. 
Approved. 

25 The sum of $9,000.00 Dollars to purchase a new hydraulic sand 
spreader for Highway Dept. 

Approved. 

9 The sum of $11,442.00 to fund a Collective Bargaining Agree- 
ment Patrolman's Union. 

Approved. 
21 The sum of $15,000.00 Dollars to pay legal fees to an Asst. 

Town Counsel. 
Approved. 

44 Article VII Safety and Public Order be amended. 
Approved. 

11 To be deferred until an adjourned session of this meeting. 

Approved. 

26 The Board of Selectmen accept a transfer of land from the 
Cohasset Housing Authority. 

Approved. 
23 The Treasurer borrow $95,000.00 for construction projects. 

Approved. 
37 Article VII SAFETY AND PUBLIC order, be amended by adding 

Section 33. 

Approved. 
RESOLUTION: Offered by Edwin Tebbetts, appreciation for volunteers. 

14 Article indefinitely postponed. 

15 Article indefinitely postponed. 

16 Article indefinitely postponed. 

40 Amend General By-Laws STANDING BOARDS AND COMMIT- 

TEES. 
Approved. 

RESOLUTION: Offered by James Lagrotteria for Thomas 
Duggan. 
Approved. 

10 Action under Article 10 be deferred. 
Approved. 



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39 AREA REGULATIONS of Zoning By-Law be amended. 

Approved. 

3 1 The Town rescind the adoption of Massachusetts General Laws. 
Approved. 

35 Article III of General By-Laws ELECTED TOWN OFFICIALS 
be amended- 

Rejected. 

28 Treasurer to borrow $90,000.00 for the purchase of an ambu- 
lance. 

Approved. 
42 Article 42 be deferred. 

Approved. 

32 Personnel Classification By-Law be amended. 
Approved. 

RESOLUTION: Offered by Martha Gjesteby for Frances L. 

Marks. 

Approved. 
20 Increase in sewer charges. 

Approved. 
27 Transfer of Funds to Historical Military Memorial Corporation. 

Approved. 
24 Article indefinitely postponed. 

Approved. 
19 To repair gravestones and other memorials. 

Approved. 

29 Article III of the General By-Laws be amended. 
Approved. 

33 Create a Regional School District Planning Committee. 
Approved. 

12 Article 12 be deferred. 

Approved. 
22 The sum of $280,000.00 under Article 49 be rescinded. 

Approved. 

36 Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Approved. 

34 Create a committee PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES. 
Approved. 

SPECL\L TOWN MEETING - JUNE 1 , 1992 

1 Article 21 for 1992 Annual Town Meeting be rescinded. 
Approved. 

2 Treasurer to borrow $ 1 75 ,000.00 for Doane St. Culvert. 
Approved. 

3 Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Approved. 

4 To amend INTRODUCTION of the General By-Laws 
Rejected. 

5 The sum of $1,000.00 Dollars for drainage system under Linden 
Dr. 

Approved, 

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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING DISSOLVED 

RETURNED TO ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

10 Article is indefinitely postponed. 
Approved. 

1 1 Article is indefinitely postponed. 
Approved. 

12 Article is indefinitely postponed. 
Approved. 

42 Article is indefinitely postponed. 

Approved. 

TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING & SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
APRIL 4, 1992 

At the Annual Town Meeting and the Special Town Meeting held on April 4, 
1992 at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 10:00 A.M. the following 
articles were contained in the warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in 
by the Town Clerk, Marion Douglas at 9:30 A.M. were Kathleen M. Rhodes, 
Dorothea Parmenter, Ruth Pratt, and Jacquelyn McGuire. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator, William D. Weeks at 10:00 A.M. were Grace 
Tuckerman, Louise Flint, Raymond Buckley, and Arthur Lehr. 

The Moderator called the meeting to order at 10:20 A.M. and a quorum of 
100 was present at that time. The Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the 
meeting. The total of registered voters was 238. Rev. Fr. John Maheras of the 
Nativity-Assumption Greek Orthodox Church gave the invocation. 

Members of the Boy Scout Troop 28 presented the colors and called the 
pledge of allegiance to the flag. 

ARTICLE 1 . To act upon the report of the various Town Officers as printed 
in the Annual Town Report for 1991 . 

MOVED: That the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in the 
Annual Town Report for 1991, be accepted. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 2. To hear the reports of any Committee heretofore chosen and 
act thereon. 

MOVED: That the reports of any Committee heretofore chosen be heard and 
accepted and that the Committee continue in office. 

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MOTION is adopted. 

A report of the Cohasset Lightkeeper's Corporation was given by Joseph R. 
McElroy. 

It was moved by Richard Henderson, Town Counsel that this meeting be re- 
cessed for the purpose of considering Articles 1 through 8 of the Special Town 
Meeting Warrant for April 4, 1992. 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

ARTICLE 1. To see if the Town will .vote to transfer from available funds 
the sum of Twenty-Eight Thousand and no/100 ($28,000.00) Dollars to fund the 
Fire Department's salaries and overtime for the 1992 Fiscal Year. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty-Eight Thousand and no/100 ($28,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to fund the Fire Department's 
salaries and overtime for the 1992 Fiscal Year. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 2. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds or 
borrow the sum of One Hundred Two Thousand, Five Hundred Thirty-Three 
and no/ 100 ($102,533.00) Dollars for resurfacing with bituminous concrete, 
certain streets in the Town including any work relating thereto; and to meet the 
appropriation, the Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be au- 
thorized to borrow One Hundred Two Thousand, Five Hundred Thirty-Three and 
no/ 100 ($102,533.00) Dollars in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 90, Section 34, Clause 2(a) which sums represent state funds allocated 
under Chapter 33 of the Acts of the Massachusetts Legislature 1991 Regular 
Session. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Hundred Two Thousand, Five Hundred 
Thirty-Three and no/100 ($102,533.00) Dollars be appropriated for the purpose 
of resurfacing with bituminous concrete, certain streets in the Town including 
any work relating thereto; and to meet the appropriation, the Treasurer with the 
approval of the Board of Selectmen, be authorized to borrow One Hundred Two 
Thousand, Five Hundred Thirty-Three and no/100 ($102,533.00) Dollars in 
accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 90, Section 34, Clause 
2(a) which sums represent state funds allocated under Chapter 33 of the Acts 
of the Massachusetts Legislature 1991 Regular Session. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 3. To see if the Town will vote to transfer the sum of Twenty- 
Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($25,000.00) Dollars from the Health Insurance 
Trust Fund to be applied to the Employee Deduction Account deficit for health 
insurance. 

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MOVED: That the sum of Twenty-Five Thousand and no/100 ($25,000.00) 
Dollars be appropriated to be applied to the Employee Deduction Account deficit 
for health insurance and to meet the appropriation, the sum of Twenty-Five 
Thousand and no/100 ($25,000.00) Dollars be transferred from the Health In- 
surance Trust Fund as authorized by special legislation. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Sixteen Thousand, Three Hundred 
Thirty-two and 45/100 ($16,332.45) Dollars to be added to the 1992 Fiscal Year 
Budget as adopted under Article 3 of the Warrant for the 1991 Annual Town 
Meeting to be used to pay department salaries and expenses associated with the 
October 30, 1991 coastal storm, consisting of the following: 

Fire Personnel Services Overtime $ 2,053.71 

Fire Expenses 6,309.05 

Pohce Personnel Services Overtime 732.17 

Highway Persormel Services Overtime 1 ,02 1 .79 

Highway Expenses 3,526.60 

Wire Persormel Services Overtime 145.16 

Wire Expenses 487.50 

Tree and Park Personnel Services Overtime 397.44 

Tree and Park Expenses 484.32 

Park and Recreation Expenses 506.25 

Water Personnel Services Overtime 133.56 

Water Expenses 535.50 

Total: 16,332.45 

MOVED: That the sum of Sixteen Thousand, Three Hundred Thirty-Two 
and 45/100 ($16,332.45) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to be 
added to the 1992 Fiscal Year Budget as adopted under Article 3 of the Warrant 
for the 1991 Annual Town Meeting to be used to pay department salaries and 
expenses associated with the October 30, 1991 coastal storm consisting of the 
following: 

Fire Personnel Services Overtime $ 2,053.71 

Fire Expenses 6,309.05 

Police Personnel Services Overtime 732.17 

Highway Personnel Services Overtime 1,021.79 

Highway Expenses 3,526.00 

Wire Personnel Services Overtime 145.16 

Wire Expenses 487.50 

Tree and Park Personnel Services Overtime 397.44 

Tree and Park Expenses 484.32 

Park and Recreation Expenses 506.25 

Water Personnel Services Overtime 133.56 

Water Expenses 535.50 

Total: $16,332.45 



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MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 5. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds 
or borrow a sum of money to make repairs to various streets, roads, bridges, 
fences, stone walls, and parking lots damaged as a consequence of the October 
30,1991 storm. 

MOVED: That the sum of Forty-Eight Thousand and no/100 ($48,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to repair various streets, roads, 
bridges, fences, stone walls, and parking lots damaged as a consequence of the 
October 30, 1991 coastal storm. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 6. To see if the Town wiU vote to transfer from encumbered funds 
the sum of Six Thousand Four Hundred and no/100 ($6,400.00) Dollars be ap- 
propriated for the purpose of purchasing a computer for the Water Department. 

MOVED: That the sum of Six Thousand Four Hundred and no/100 
($6,400.00) Dollars be appropriated for the purpose of purchasing a computer for 
the Water Department; and to meet the appropriation, the sum of Six Thousand 
Four Hundred and no/ 100 ($6,400.00) Dollars be transferred from amounts ap- 
propriated under Article 36 of the Warrant for the 1990 Aimual Town Meeting, 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 7. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds or 
borrow a sum of money to provide construction supervision for the Doane Street 
culvet reconstruction project. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 8. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from surplus reven- 
ue the sum of Three Thousand Two Hundred Fifty-Eight and 03/100 ($3,258.03) 
Dollars to be added to the One Thousand Two Hundred Forty-One and 97/100 
($1,241.97) Dollars previously appropriated and Three Thousand and no/ 100 
($3,000.00) Dollars donated by private citizens, which sums shall be expended for 
the purpose of removing algae from the surface of Inner Little Harbor. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Thousand Two Hundred Forty-One and 
97/100 ($1,241.97) Dollars to be appropriated for the purpose of removing algae 
from the surface of Inner Little Harbor; and to meet the appropriation the sum of 
Three Hundred Eighty-Five and 57/100 ($385.57) Dollars be transferred from 
Account No. 1-3-198 and the sum of Eight Hundred Fifty-Six and 40/100 
($856.40) Dollars be transferred from an account maintained by the Town Trea- 
surer contining funds donated by private citizens. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

MOTION made by Edwin Tebbetts, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen to 

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dissolve the Special Town Meeting and return to the Annual Town Meeting. 
MOTION adopted unanimously. 

Resolution offered by Jane Goedecke. 

RESOLUTION 
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS Sharon L. Becker has served the Town of Cohasset as a member 
of the Board of Health for six years and being its chairman for two of those years 
and has chosen not to stand for re-election and, 

WHEREAS: Sharon L. Becker has been significantly instrumental in pro- 
tecting the public health of the citizens of Cohasset and the environment in which 
they live through the initiation of regulations, public outreach and personal 
example; and, 

WHEREAS, She has participated in promoting the public health on a state- 
wide basis as a member of the Executive Board of the Massachusetts Association 
of Health Boards ; and 

WHEREAS, She has been recognized by the American Cancer Society for her 
efforts in fighting lung cancer through protecting persons from environmental 
tobacco smoke; and, 

WHEREAS, She continues to actively promote protection of the environment 
as Chairman of Cohasset's Local Governance Committee of the Massachusetts 
Bay Program, 

Now therefore, be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset in Town Meeting 
assembled on this fourth day of April, 1992 hereby record their deep appreciation 
for the outstanding service rendered by Sharon L. Becker and wish her continued 
good health and happiness with success in her future endeavors wherever they 
maybe. 

Resolution offered by William E. Baird, P.E., member of the Board of Health. 

Resolution is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 3. To see if the Town will vote to fix salaries and compensation 
of Elected Officers, and to see what sums the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate from available funds or otherwise, for the payment of the salaries and 
compensation, expenses, equipment and outlays, capital and otherwise, of the 
several Town Departments for the ensuing fiscal year: 

SEE APPENDIX A and APPENDIX B 



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APPENDIX A 

Advisory Comittee's Recommendations, Article 3 
Annual Town Meeting April 4, 1992 
Expended 
and 



ept. 


Appropriated Encumbered Appropriated 


Requested R 


ecommended 


^o. Appropriation Accounts 


Fisai 1991 


Fiscal 1991 


Fiscal 1992 


Fiscal 1993 


Fiscal 1993 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 










3 Selectmen: 












Personal Services 


548,133 


$48,133 


550,639 


551,482 


551,482 


General Experiscs 


7.625 


6,898 


7,950 


7,950 


7,950 


Capital Outlay 


300 


300 








Equipment Rental 


7,400 


6.632 


7,100 


7.100 


7,100 


Collective Bargaining 


7.500 


13.930 


7,500 


7,500 


7,500 


Midge Control 


2.000 


2.014 


2.000 


2,000 


2,000 


4 Executive Secretary: 












Personal Services 


50,671 


50,188 


51,694 


5Z727 


52,727 


General P.xper»ses 


1.565 


1.565 


1,345 


1.560 


1.560 


5 Parking Clerk: 












General Expenses 


2.350 


1.985 


2.200 


^200 


Z200 


9 Moderator: 












Personal Services 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 1 Advisory Committee: 












General Expenses 


345 


360 


335 


335 


335 


13 Reserve Fund: 












Reserve Fund 


125,000 


108,277 


125,000 


80.000 


80.000 


15 Elections & Town Meeting: 












Pereonal Services 


15,966 


18.661 


16,850 


16,381 


16,381 


General Expenses 


6,080 


6.822 


5,195 


6,270 


6,270 


19 Town Reports: 












General Expenses 


5,000 


3,193 


5,000 


4,500 


4,500 


Town Meeting Warrant 


3.000 


3,984 


3,350 


3,850 


3,850 


25 Town Accountant- 












Personal Services 


69,394 


64,764 


67,676 


68,141 


68.141 


General Expenses 


1,535 


979 


1,535 


1,535 


1,535 


Capital Outlay 






4,000 






Central Computer 


22,489 


21,446 


24,??3 


24,223 


24,223 


29 Assessors: 












Personal Services 


43,814 


38,852 


56,914 


55,952 


55,952 


General Expenses 


18,416 


18.069 


17,616 


16,806 


16,806 


35 Capital Outlay 








Z800 


2,800 


Treasurer-Collector 












Personal Services 


79,926 


79,397 


79.925 


80,776 


80,776 


General Expenses 


13,861 


13,861 


13.861 


13,861 


13,861 


Capital Outlay 


3,000 


3.000 




5,000 


5.000 


Tax Liens/Foreclosures 


5,500 


5.456 


5,500 


5,500 


5.500 


39 Banking Services 


7.362 


7.279 


7.362 


11,562 


11,562 


Town Clerk: 












Personal Services 


5^278 


52.278 


53,388 


49,725 


49,725 


General Expenses 


1,110 


1,109 


1,125 


1,125 


1,125 


45 Capital Outlay 


2,500 


2,446 








Law: 












General Expenses 


6,000 


1,895 


4,000 


4,000 


4.000 


Town Counsel 


50,000 


50.000 


50,000 


50.000 


50,000 


Special Counsel Legal Fees 






33,000 


10,000 


10,000 



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Expended 
and 

Dept. Appropriated Encumbered Appropriated Re 

No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscail991 FiscaI1991 Fiscal 1992 Fl5cail993 Flscall993 

47 Personnel Committee: 

General Expenses 220 50 220 220 220 

61 Zoning Board of Appeals: 

General Expenses 2,790 1,722 2,^90 2,790 2.790 

63 Planning Board: 

Personal Services 10.743 9,158 9,769 10,263 10,263 

General Expenses 2,100 1,346 2,100 2,100 1,700 

Engineering Services 10,000 1,180 7,000 7,000 4,000 

65 Town Hall: 

Personal Ser%'ices 22,502 22,502 19,853 19,777 19,777 

General Expenses 22,430 25.751 24,800 44,550 44,550 

Telephone Exi)ense 8,600 7,916 8.240 8.100 8.100 

Capital Outlay 400 400 

66 Town Buildings: 

General Expsises 1,275 Z277 2,300 200 200 

71 PensioT?s: 

Norfolk County Retirement 421,091 421,091 450.045 493,992 493,992 

Non-Contributory Pensions 3,350 3,317 3,325 3,325 3,325 

76 Insurance: 

General Expenses 288,457 287,011 310,100 337,860 337,860 

Group Insurance 692,324 692,324 704,324 704,324 704,324 

91 Unclassified: 

General Expenses 1,250 1,400 1,250 1.950 1.950 

Unemployment Insurance 700 60 

Audit of Accounts 5.000 1,496 5,000 5.000 5,000 

So. Shore Coalition 19,000 18,000 15,000 9,000 9,000 

2,000 2,000 ZOOO 2,000 2,000 

TOTALGENERAL 

GOVERNMENT 2,174,353 2,132,775 2,274,400 2,297,313 2.293,913 



PUBLIC SAFE'lY 












101 Police: 


770.947 


755,953 


74^972 


754,022 


754,022 


Personal Services 


54,425 


55,453 


54,425 


55,925 


55,925 


General Expenses 


4,395 


3,995 


30,700 


58,815 


44,605 


Capital Outlay 


2,000 


2,000 








103 Fire: 












Personal Services 


832,090 


883,211 


864,758 


920,978 


920.978 


General Expenses 


42,450 


37,811 


42,000 


58,454 


58,454 


Capital Outlay 


4,500 


4,397 




9,060 


9,060 


Fire & Police Headquarters 


16,950 


16,905 


16,750 


16,750 


16,750 


Hydrant Services 


110.390 


110,745 


110,390 


110,390 


110,390 


Out of State Travel 


1,000 


1,000 








109 Tree & Park: 












Personal Services 


87,820 


87,820 


85,068 


86,290 


86,290 


General Expenses 


20,285 


25,764 


18,775 


18,975 


18,975 


Capital Outlay 


3,250 


3.985 


900 


9,140 


9,140 


Personal Services Trust Fund 


1,940 


1,838 


2,003 


1,245 


1,245 


111 Harbor: 












Personal Services 


38,416 


39,509 


38,053 


39,226 


39,226 


General Expenses 


7,915 


6,092 


7,913 


8,228 


8,228 


Capital Outlay 


4,000 


4,000 




2,000 


2,000 



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Expended 
and 



Dept. 


Appropriated 


Fricumbered Approf^rtated 


Requested Recommcrded 


No. Appropriation Accounts 


Fiscal 199: 


Fix&l 1991 


Fiscal 1992 


Fiscal 1993 


nscai 19^)3 


112 Shellfish Constable: 












Personal Services 


500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


General Expenses 


220 




220 


220 


220 


113 Building Inspector 












Personal Services 


48.566 


47,423 


43,966 


45.674 


45,674 


General Expenses 


8.805 


7.985 


8.405 


8.405 


8,405 


119 Sealer of Weights & Measures: 










Personal Services 


750 


750 


750 


750 


750 


General Expenses 


275 


227 


275 


275 


275 


121 Wire: 












Personal Services 


56.743 


58,599 


57,272 


57.272 


57,272 


General Expenses 


9,441 


11,842 


9,440 


9,440 


9,440 


Capital Outlay 


1.695 


1.689 


1.250 


2,235 


2.235 


131 Civil Defense: 












Personal Services 


250 


250 


250 


250 


250 


133 Dog Control: 












Personal Services 


4.581 


4.581 


4.581 


6.072 


6.072 


General Expenses 


2.121 


^512 


2.121 


2,178 


zns 



TOTAL PUBUC SAFETY 2.136.720 2.176.836 2.143.737 2.28Z769 2.268.559 



SCHOOLS 

200 Schools: 

1100 School Committee 

1200 Superintendent's Office 

1220 Business Office 

1230 Student Services 

2100 Supervision 

2200 Principals 

2300 Teaching 3 

2400 Textbooks 

2500 Librar>' 

2600 Visual 

2700 Guidance 

3 100 Attendance 

3200 Health 

3310 Operation of Buses 

3350 Maintenance of Buses 

3370 Contracted Carriers 

3510 Athletics 

3520 Student Activiiies 

4110 Custodial 

4120 Heat 

4130 Utilities 

4210 Maintenance/Grounds 

4220 Maintenance/Buildings 

4230 Equip/Maint/Repair 

5200 Fixed Expenditures 

7300 Acquisition/Equipment 

7400 Replacement/Equipment 

9300 Other Than Public 



56.351 


56,459 


52.278 


51.725 


51,725 


99.001 


102.108 


105.283 


106.786 


106.786 


52.365 


54,028 


52,440 


47.340 


47.340 


106.869 


109,417 


107.615 


112.780 


112,780 


40,087 


37,265 


39,299 


40.736 


40.736 


360,304 


359.774 


264.350 


379,133 


379.133 


1,245,305 


3,257,315 


3,271,238 


3,403.295 


3,403,295 


35,800 


29,886 


43.452 


32.340 


32.340 


136.550 


135,205 


138.247 


146.211 


146,211 


16.67] 


14,108 


12,272 


14.071 


14,071 


162,978 


158,651 


162,659 


168,946 


168.946 


15.444 


16,280 


16,896 


17,388 


17.388 


50.794 


52,780 


52.978 


53.006 


53.006 


77.500 


82.318 


81.075 


82,500 


82.500 


15.500 


19.557 


18.500 


20.500 


20.500 


38.154 


29,437 


41.970 


34.990 


34.990 


8^798 


82.369 


85.619 


84.559 


84,559 


13.380 


1Z087 


13,380 


U436 


12,436 


274.226 


275.361 


290,483 


303.308 


303,308 


62.200 


55.387 


62,200 


62,000 


62,000 


108.600 


117.695 


114.300 


119.550 


119.550 


11.000 


10,298 


10,000 


10.000 


10,000 


105,201 


126,862 


117.770 


109.196 


109,196 


12.565 


5.313 


12,355 


15.455 


15,455 


20.124 


23.234 


2.800 


2,800 


2.800 


21.127 


18,186 


28,669 


66,549 


66,549 


17.504 


14,120 


28,552 


27,346 


27,346 


299.865 


282,763 


288,532 


278.103 


278,103 



TOTAL LOCAL SCHOOL 
S^yRegional School 
Assessment 

TOTAL SCHOOLS 



5.538.263 
20.487 



5.538.263 
20,487 



5.615.212 
20.993 



5.803.049 
6.119 



5,803,049 
6.119 



5.558.750 5,558.750 5.636,205 5,809,168 5,809,168 



33 



Expended 



Dept. Appropriated Encumbered Appropriated 


Requested Recommended 


No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscall991 


Rxal 1991 ] 


Fiscal 1992 


Fiscal 1993 


Fiscal 1993 


HIGHWAY 












300 Highway: 












Personal Services 


144.421 


144,351- 


146,672 


148,612 


148,612 


General Expenses 


59.227 


59,227 


56,975 


57,175 


57,175 


Snow Removal. 


45,000 


33,944 


45,000 


45,000 


45,000 


Sireei Lighting 


45,500 


47,099 


50,000 


52.000 


52,000 


Garage Expenses 


2,850 


2,797 


2,850 


Z850 


Z850 


Sail Shed 


400 


37 


400 


400 


400 


Reconstruction King &. Beechwood 


3,000 


3,000 








TOTAL HIGHWAYS & STREETS 300,398 


290,455.00 


301,897 


306,037 


306.037 


SANITATION 










====== 


403 Landfill: 












Personal Services 


57.419 


57.096 


57,420 


60,476 


60.476 


General Expenses 


244.168 


204,369 


216,241 


284,862 


284.862 


Lease/Purchase Equipment 


15,409 


18,009 








Engineering Services 


2,100 


1,800 


2,100 


674 


674 


Civil Adnninisirative Penalties 


3,630 


3,630 








407 Sewer: 












Personal Services 


8,716 


8.716 


3,674 


3.674 


3,674 


General Expenses 


151,574 


151,574 


146.618 


150.434 


150.434 


Capital Outlay 


4,773 


4,773 


4.773 


4,773 


4.773 


TOTAL SANITATION 


487,789 


449.967 


430,826 


504.893 

======= 


504.893 

: = = = = = : 


OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL 












481 Historical Commission: 












General Expenses 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


482 Common Historical District: 












General Expenses 


85 


85 


85 


200 


200 


483 Town Archivist: 












Personal Services 


500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


487 Conservation Commission: 












Personal Services 


14.069 


14,069 


17,472 


17.689 


17,689 


General Expenses 


2,070 


2,170 


1.670 


1.670 


1.670 


TOTAL OTHER 


16,824 


16,924 


19,827 


20.159 


20.159 


ENVIRONMENTAL = = 


= - - = - 


= = = = =: = 


= = - = = = : 


======= 


====== 


HUMAN SERVICES 












501 Board of Health: 












Personal Services 


66,715 


66,162 


68,817 


68.737 


68,737 


General Expense": 


34,215 


21,268 


32,123 


32.115 


32,115 


503 Social Service League: 












General Expenses 


29,702 


29.700 


29,850 


31,490 


31.490 


531 Council on Aging: 












Personal Services 


28.394 


28,394 


34,126 


38,750 


38,750 


General Expenses 


5,315 


6,715 


3,836 


6,150 


6.150 


Senior Center 


4.0(X) 


4,000 


4,000 


4,000 


4,000 



34 



Expended 
and 
Dept. Appropriated Encumbered Appropriated Requested Recommended 

No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscal 1991 Fiscal 1991 Fiscal 1992 Rscal 1993 pBcal 1993 



551 Veterans' Services: 












Personal Services 


1,600 


1,600 


1,600 


1,600 


1,600 


General Expenses 


5,200 


7,263 


5,200 


5,200 


5.200 


560 Fair Housing Committee: 












General Expenses 


120 




100 






571 Cemeteries: 












Personal Services 


15.002 


15,002 


14,934 


15,608 


15.608 


General Expenses 


829 


772 


830 


830 


830 


Personal Services Trust Fund 


7,500 


7,500 


7,740 


7,080 


7.080 


Central Cemetery 


1,475 


1,475 


1,475 


1,475 


1,475 


580 Handicapped Commission: 












General Expenses 






125 


125 


125 



TOTAL HUMAN SERVICES 200,077 189,851 204,756 213,160 213,160 



CULTURE & RECREATION 
Library: 
601 Personal Services 












179,596 


179,594 


183,912 


183,628 


183.628 


General Expenses 


44,963 


46,695 


50,164 


51,393 


51,393 


Capital Outlay 








4,000 


4.000 


621 Recreation: 












Personal Services 


60,726 


60,726 


62,350 


62,350 


62,350 


General Expenses 


3,725 


3,709 


4,040 


4,040 


4,040 


643 Celebrations: 












General Expenses 


1,710 


1,710 


1,700 


1,700 


1,700 


TOTAL CULTURE & 


290,720 


292,434 


302,166 


307,111 


307,111 


RECREATION 




= = = = = ■_-: 




==-=== 


====== 


DEBT SERVICE 












Debt Service: 












Maturing Debt- Principal 


269,050 


268,474 


322,350 


326,.50O 


326,500 


700 Interest 


234,245 


165,247 


256,070 


220,316 


220,316 


TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 


503,295 


433,721 


578,420 


.546,816 


546,816 


WATER DEPT.-SELF 












SUPPORTING 












Personal Services 


253,512 


240,953 


253.095 


270,099 


270.099 


Genera] Expenses 


157,204 


141,373 


148,868 


1^3,478 


153,478 


Capital Outlay 


10.000 


7,275 


9,000 


9.000 


9,000 


Norfolk Retirement System 


42,983 


36.617 


.39.134 


42,956 


42,956 


Insurance Expenses 


41,543 


28.5'->4 


49,335 


48,640 


48,640 


Group Ins'irancc 


34,452 


23.438 


27,706 


29,260 


29,260 


Maturing Debt 


135,500 


135..500 


251.200 


251,200 


251,200 


Interest 


172,969 


172,%S 


318,109 


230.160 


230,160 


Loan Payment lo General Fund 


38,983 


18,983 


10,232 






TOTAL WATER DEPT. 


887,146 


805.701 


1.106.679 


1,034.793 


1,034,793 



GRAND TOTAL 

BUDGET ARTICLF S12.556,072 512.347.414 S12.998.913 S13.322,219 513.304,609 



35 



APPENDIX B 

CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 
Other thaii Schools 



NOTE:The term Capital Outlay covers an expenditure of $200.00 or more for equipment of 
S500.00 or more for tlie reconstruction or establishment of a physical betterment, the useful life of 
which is expected to exceed two years. Separate line a p pr o p ri ations are shown for these items since 
they represent special and specific allotments and are intended to be expended soley for the pur- 
poses indicated. 

July 1,1992 
June 30, 1993 

Total 
Assessors: 

Personal computer 2,800.00 



Treasurer/Collector: 

Quarterly Tax Bills/License Fee 



5,000.00 



Police: 






Three police cruisers 




44,605.00 


Fire: 






Radio Equipment 
Equipment 
Office Equipment 


5,060.00 
2,000.00 
2,000.00 


9,060.00 


Tree & Park: 






Portable Radio 


650.00 




Refurbish Trailer 


2,350.00 




Refurbish Truck 


5,640.00 




Two Chain Saws 


500.00 


9.140.00 


Harbor: 






Repairs to storage building 




2,000.00 


Wire: 






Outer fire alarm case 


350.00 




Electro voice microphone and cords 


170.00 




Electric hammer drill 


215.00 




Repairs to truck and hfl 


1,500.00 


2,235.00 


Sewer: 






Equipment 




4,773.00 


Library: 

Partial carpet repair/replacement 
Plaster repairs, interior 


3,000.00 

5oom 




Touchup exterior painting 


500.00 


4,000.00 


. 




$83,613.00 


Water Depl: 

Engineering Services 




$9,000.00 


Totals 


$92,613.00 



36 



ARTICLE 3 

MOVED: That this Article be considered, covered, and acted upon in one 
vote; that the sum of $13,304,609.00 is appropriated, the sum of $109,488.00 
for salries of elected Town officials as follows: Town Clerk, $32,122.00; Clerk, 
Board of Registrars, $329.00; Highway Surveyor, $33,918.00; Moderator, $1.00; 
Treasurer/Collector, $33,918.00; Selectmen, $5,500.00; Assessors, $3,700.00 
for the ensuing fiscal year; and that $13,195,121.00 for Personal Services, Ex- 
penses and Capital Outlays, Interest on Maturing Debt and other charges for 
various departments for the ensuing year being recommended for all purposes, 
showin in Appendix A and Appendix B, pages5 through 10 inclusive, of the 
Warrant for the 1992 Annual Town Meeting, a copy of which Appendix is filed 
herewith, and to meet the appropriation, the following be transferred from 
Wadleigh Park Trust, $300.00; Robert Charles BilHngs Trust, $50.00; and Bilhngs - 
Pratt Trust, $45.00; Wheelwright Trust, $850.00; Income from Trust Funds - 
cemeteries; Woodside, $6,500.00; Beechwood, $400.00; Perkins, $180.00; from 
the Pension Reserve Account, $50,000.00; and the balance as follows: from 
Surplus Revenue, $75,000.00; from Water Revenue, $1,034,793.00; and from 
taxation , the sum of $ 1 2 , 1 36 ,49 1 .00 . 



37 



APPENDIX A 



Advisory Com ittee's Recommendations, Article 3 



Annual Town Meeting April 4, 


1992 










Expended 












and 








Dept. Appropriated Encumbered Appropriated 


Requested Recommended 


No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscal 1991 1 


Fiscal 1991 Fiscal 1992 


Fecal 1993 


Fiscal 1993 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 












3 Selectmen: 












Personal Services 


S48.133 


$48,133 


$50,639 


$51,482 


S51.482 


General Expenses 


7,625 


6,898 


7,950 


7,950 


7,950 


Capital Outlay 


300 


300 








Equipment Rental 


7,400 


6,632 


7,100 


7,100 


7,100 


Collective Bargaining 


7,500 


13,930 


7,500 


7.500 


7,500 


Midge Control 


2,000 


2.014 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


4 Executive Secretary: 












Personal Services 


50,671 


50,188 


51,694 


52,727 


52,727 


General Expenses 


1,565 


1,565 


1,345 


1,560 


1,560 


5 Parking Clerk: 












General Expenses 


2,350 


1.985 


Z200 


2,200 


Z200 


9 Moderator: 












Personal Services 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


11 Advisory Committee: 












General Expenses 


345 


360 


335 


335 


335 


13 Reserve Fund: 












Reserve Fund 


125,000 


108,277 


125,000 


80,000 


80,000 


15 Elections & Town Meeting: 












Personal Services 


15,966 


18,661 


16,850 


16,381 


16,381 


General Expenses 


6,080 


6,822 


5.195 


6,270 


6,270 


19 Town Reports: 












General Expenses 


5,000 


3.193 


5,000 


4,500 


4,500 


Town Meeting Warrant 


3,000 


3,984 


3,350 


3,850 


3,850 


25 Town Accountant 












Personal Services 


69,394 


64,764 


67,676 


68,141 


68,141 


General Expenses 


1,535 


979 


1,535 


1,535 


1,535 


Capital Outlay 






4,000 






Central Computer 


22,489 


21,446 


24,223 


24,223 


24,7?,3 


29 Assessors: 












Personal Services 


43,814 


38.852 


56,914 


55,952 


55,952 


General Expenses 


18,416 


18.069 


17,616 


16,806 


16,806 


35 Capital OuUay 








2,800 


2,800 


Treasurer-Collector: 












Personal Services 


79,926 


79,397 


79,925 


80,776 


80,776 


General Expenses 


13,861 


13,861 


13,861 


13,861 


13,861 


Capital Outlay 


3,000 


3,000 




5,000 


5,000 


Tax Liens/Foreclosures 


5,500 


5.456 


5,500 


5,500 


5,500 


39 Banking Services 


7,362 


7,279 


7,362 


11,562 


11,562 


Town Clerk: 












Personal Services 


52,278 


52,278 


53,388 


49,725 


49,725 


General Expenses 


1,110 


1,109 


1,125 


1,125 


1,125 


45 Capital OuUay 


2,500 


2,446 








Law: 












General Expenses 


6,000 


1,895 


4,000 


4,000 


4,000 


Town Counsel 


50,000 


50,000 


50,000 


50,000 


50,000 


Special Counsel Legal Fees 






33,000 


10,000 


10,000 



38 



Expended 
and 
Dept. Appropriated Encumbered Appropriated Requested Recommended 

No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscal 1991 Fiscal 1991 Fiscal 1992 Il9call993 Fiscal 1993 



47 Personnel Committee: 












General Expenses 


220 


50 


220 


220 


220 


61 Zoning Board of Appeals: 












General Expenses 


2,790 


1,722 


2.1^90 


2.790 


2,790 


63 Planning Board- 












Personal Services 


10.743 


9,158 


9.769 


10.263 


10,263 


General Expenses 


2,100 


1.346 


^100 


2,100 


1,700 


Engineering Services 


10.000 


1.180 


7,000 


7,000 


4,000 


65TownHaU: 












Personal Services 


22,502 


22,502 


19,853 


19,777 


19,777 


General Expenses 


22,430 


25.751 


24,800 


44,550 


44,550 


Telephone Expense 


8,600 


7.916 


8.240 


8.100 


8.100 


Capital Outlay 


400 


400 








66 Town Buildings: 












General Expenses 


1,275 


1X11 


2,300 


200 


200 


71 Pulsions: 












Norfolk County Retirement 


421,091 


421,091 


450,045 


493.992 


493.992 


Non-Contributory Pensions 


3,350 


3,317 


3,325 


3.325 


3,325 


76 Insurance: 












Gaieral Expenses 


288.457 


287,011 


310,100 


337,860 


337,860 


Group Insurance 


69Z324 


692,324 


704.324 


704.324 


704,324 


91 Unclassified- 












General Expenses 


1,250 


1,400 


1,250 


1.950 


1,950 


Unemployment Insurance 


700 


60 








Audit of Accounts 


5,000 


1,496 


5,000 


5.000 


5,000 


So. Shore Coalition 


19,000 


18,000 


15,000 


9.000 


9.000 


TTYTAT r^CMlTDAT 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


lL?lALOhNbKAL — 
GOVERNMENT 


2,174.353 


2,132,775 


2.274,400 


2.297,313 


2,293,913 


PUBUC SAFETY 












101 Police: 


770,947 


755,953 


742,972 


754,022 


754,022 


Personal Services 


54,425 


55,453 


54,425 


55.925 


55,925 


General Exp)enses 


4.395 


3.995 


30,700 


58.815 


44.605 


Capital Outlay 


2,000 


2,000 








103 Fire: 












Personal Services 


832,090 


883,211 


864,758 


920,978 


920.978 


General Expenses 


42,450 


37,811 


42,000 


58,454 


58.454 


Capital Outlay 


4,500 


4,397 




9,060 


9.060 


Fire & Police Headquarters 


16,950 


16,905 


16,750 


16,750 


16.750 


Hydrant Services 


110,390 


110,745 


110,390 


110,390 


110.390 


Out of State Travel 


1,000 


1,000 








109 Tree & Park: 












Personal Services 


87.820 


87,820 


85,068 


86.290 


86,290 


General Expenses 


20,285 


25,764 


18,775 


18,975 


18.975 


Capital Outlay 


3,250 


3,985 


900 


9,140 


9,140 


Personal Services Trust Fund 


1.940 


1,838 


2,003 


1,245 


1.245 


111 Harbor: 












Personal Services 


38,416 


39,509 


38,053 


39,2?^ 


39.226 


General Expenses 


7.915 


6,092 


7,913 


8,228 


8,228 


Capital Outlay 


4,000 


4.000 




2,000 


2,000 



39 



Expended 
and 

Dept. Appropriated Encumbered Appropriated Requested 

No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscall991 Fiscail991 FBscall992 Fiscal 1993 Flscall993 

112 Shellfish Constable: 

Personal Services 500 500 500 500 500 

General Expenses 220 220 220 220 

113 Building Inspector: 

Personal Services 48,566 47.423 43,966 45,674 45,674 

General Expenses 8,805 7,985 8,405 8,405 8,405 

119 Sealer of Weights & Measures: 

Personal Services 750 750 750 750 750 

General Expenses 275 227 275 275 275 

121 Wire: 

Personal Services 56,743 58,599 57,272 57,272 57,272 

General Expenses 9,441 11,842 9,440 9,440 9,440 

Capital Outlay 1.695 1,689 1.250 2.235 2.235 

131 Civil Defense: 

Personal Services 250 250 250 250 250 

133 Dog Control: 

Personal Services 4,581 4,581 4,581 6,072 6,072 

General Expenses 2,121 2,512 __ 2,121 2,178 2,178 

TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY 2,136,720 2,176,836 2,143,737 2,282,769 2.268,559 

SCHOOLS 

200 Schools: 

1100 School Committee 56,351 56,459 5^278 51,725 51,725 

1200 Superintendent's Office 99,001 102,108 105,283 106,786 106,786 

1220 Business Office 52,365 54,028 52.440 47,340 47.340 

1230 Student Services 106,869 109,417 107,615 112.780 112.780 

2100 Supervision 40,087 37,265 39,299 40,736 40,736 

2200 Principals 360,304 359,774 364,350 379,133 379,133 

2300 Teaching 3,245,305 3,257,315 3,271,238 3,403,295 3,403,295 

2400 Textbooks 35,800 29,886 43,452 32.340 32,340 

2500 Library 136,550 135,205 138,247 146,211 146,211 

2600 Visual 16,671 14,108 12,272 14.071 14,071 

2700 Guidance 162,978 158,651 162.659 168.946 168,946 

3100 Attendance 15,444 16,280 16.896 17,388 17,388 

3200 Health 50,794 52,780 52,978* 53,006 53.006 

33 10 Operation of Buses 77,300 82,318 81,075 8Z500 82.500 

3350 Maintenance of Buses 15,500 19,557 18,500 20,500 20,500 

3370 Contracted Carriers 38,154 29,437 41,970 34,990 34,990 

3510 Athletics 82.798 82,369 85.619 84,559 84,559 

3520 Student Activities 13,380 12,087 13,380 12.436 12,436 

4110 Custodial 274,226 275,361 290,483 303,308 303,308 

4120 Heat 62,200 55,387 62,200 62,000 62,000 

4130 Utilities. 108,600 117,695 114,300 119,550 119,550 

4210 Maintenance/Grounds 11,000 10,298 10,000 10,000 10,000 

4220 Maintenance/Buildings 105,201 126,862 117,770 109,196 109,196 

4230 Equip/Maint/Repair 12,565 5,313 12,355 15,455 15,455 

5200 Fixed Expenditures 20,124 23,234 2,800 2,800 2,800 

7300 Acquisition/Equipment 21,127 18,186 28,669 66,549 66,549 

7400 Replacement/Equipment 17.504 14,120 28,552 27,346 27,346 

9300 Other Than Public 299,865 282.763 _ _ P}*P}_ _ 278^103 278,103 

TOTAL LOCAL SCHOOL 5,538,263 5,538,263 5,615,212 5,803,049 5,803,049 

S.S./Regional School 20,487 20,487 20,993 6,119 6,119 

Assessment 

5,558 750 5,558,750 5,636,205 5.809,168 5,809,168 

TOTALSCHOOLS = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = : 



40 



Dept. 

No. Appropriation Accounts 



Expended 

and 

Appropriated Encumbered Appropriated 

Fiscal 1991 Fiscal 1991 Fiscal 1992 



Requested 
Fiscal 1993 



Recommended 
Ftecall993 



HIGHWAY 
300 Highway: 

Personal Services 144,421 144,351- 146,672 

General Expenses 59,227 59,227 56,975 

Snow Removal. 45,000 33,944 45,000 

Street Lighting 45,500 47,099 50,000 

Garage Expenses 2,850 2,797 2,850 

Salt Shed 400 37 400 

Reconstnjciion King &. Beechwood 3,000 3,000 



148,612 

57,175 

45,000 

5^000 

Z850 

400 



148,612 

57,175 

45,000 

52,000 

2,850 

400 



TOTAL HIGHWAYS & STREETS 300,398 


290.455.00 


301,897 


306,037 


306,037 


SANITATION 










403 Landfill: 










Personal Services 57,419 


57.096 


57,420 


60,476 


60,476 


General Expenses 244, 1 68 


204,369 


216,241 


284,862 


284,862 


Lease/Purchase Equipment 15,409 


18,009 








Engineering Services 2,100 


1,800 


2,100 


674 


674 


Civil Administrative Penalties 3,630 


3,630 








407 Sewer: 










Personal Services 8,716 


8,716 


3,674 


3,674 


3,674 


General Expenses 151.574 


151,574 


146,618 


150,434 


150,434 


Capita] Outlay 4,773 


4,773 


4,773 


4,773 


4.773 



TOTAL SANITATION 



487.789 449,967 430,826 504.893 504.893 



OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL 

481 Historical Commission: 



General Expenses 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


482 Common Historical District: 












General Expenses 


85 


85 


85 


200 


200 


483 Town Archivist: 












Personal Services 


500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


487 Conservation Commission: 












Personal Services 


14,069 


14.069 


17,472 


17.689 


17,689 


General Expenses 


2,070 


Z170 


1,670 


1,670 


1,670 


TOTAL OTHER 


16,824 


16.924 


19,827 


20,159 


20,159 


ENVIRONMENTAL 


- = --'=-- 


======= 






=====- 


HUMAN SERVICES 












501 Board of Health: 












Personal Services 


66,715 


66.162 


68.817 


68,737 


68.737 


General Expenses 


34,225 


21.268 


32,123 


32,115 


32.115 


503 Social Service League: 












General Expenses 


29,702 


29.700 


29,850 


31,490 


31,490 


531 Council on Aging: 












Personal Services 


28,394 


28.394 


34,126 


38,750 


38,750 


General Expenses 


5,315 


6,715 


3,836 


6,150 


6,150 


Senior Center 


4,000 


4.000 


4,000 


4,000 


4,000 



41 



Expended 
and 
Dept. Appropriated Encumbered Appropriated Requested Recommended 

No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscal 1991 Fiscal 1991 Fiscal 1992 FBcall993 FBcall993 

551 Veterans' Services: 

Personal Services 1,600 1,600 1,600 1.600 1,600 

General Expenses 5,200 7,263 5,200 5,200 5,200 

560 Fair Housing Commiuee: 

General Expenses 120 100 

571 Cemeteries: 

Personal Services . 15,002 15,002 14,934 15,608 15,608 

General Expenses 829 772 830 830 830 

Personal Services Trust Fund 7,500 7,500 7,740 7,080 7,080 

Cenual Cemetery 1,475 1,475 1,475 1,475 1,475 

580 Handicapped Commission: 

General Expenses 125 125 125 

TOTAL HUMAN SERVICES 200,077 189,851 204,756 213,160 213.160 

CULTURE & RECREATION 

Library: 

601 Personal Services 179,596 179.594 183,912 183,628 183,628 

General Expenses 44,963 46,695 50,164 51,393 51,393 

Capital Outlay 4,000 4,000 

621 Recreation: 

Personal Services 60,726 60,726 62,350 62,350 62,350 

General Expenses 3,725 3,709 4,040 4,040 4,040 

643 Celebrations: 

General Expenses 1,710 1,710 1,700 1,700 1,700 

TOTAL CULTURE & 290,720 292,434 302,166 307,111 307,111 

RECREATION = = = =: = = = = = = = = = = = =: = = = = = = = = =: = = = = = = = 



DEBT SERVICE 












Debt Service: 












Maturing Debt-Principal 


269,050 


268,474 


322,350 


326,500 


326,500 


700 Interest 


234,245 


165,247 


256,070 


220,316 


220,316 



TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 



503,295 433,721 



578,420 



546,816 546,816 



WATER DEPT -SELF 
SUPPORTING 

Personal Services 

General Expenses 

Capital Outlay 

Norfolk Retirement System 

Insurance Expenses 

Group Insurance 

Maturing Debt 

Interest 

Loan Payment lo General Fund 

TOTAL WATER DEPT. 



253,512 


240,953 


253.095 


270,099 


270,099 


157,204 


141,373 


148,868 


153,478 


153.478 


10,000 


7,275 


9,000 


9,000 


9,000 


42,983 


36.617 


39.134 


42,956 


42.956 


41,543 


28.5Q4 


49.335 


48,640 


48.640 


34,452 


23,4.\S 


27.706 


29/260 


29.260 


135,500 


135..5()() 


251,2(K) 


251,200 


251,200 


172,969 


172,968 


318,109 


230,160 


230.160 


38,983 


18.983 


10,232 






887,146 


805.701 


1.106,679 


1,034,793 


1.034,793 



GRAND TOTAL 
BUDGET ARTICLF 



S12.556,072 S12.347.414 S12.998.913 513.322,219 513,304,609 



42 



APPENDIX B 

C APn AL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 
Other than Schools 



NOTE:The term Capital Outlay covers an expenditure of $200.00 or more for equipment of 
S500.00 or more for the reconstruction or establishment of a physical betterment, the useful life of 
which is expected to exceed two years. Separate line appiopii ations are shown for these items since 
they represent special and specific allotments and are intended to be expended soley for the pur- 
poses indicated. 

July 1.1992 
June 30, 1993 

Total 
Assessors: 

Personal computer 2,800.00 



Treasurer/Collector 

Quarterly Tax Bills/License Fee 

Police: 

Three police cruisers 

Fire: 

Radio Equipment 
Equipment 
Office Equipment 

Tree & Park: 

Portable Radio 
Refurbish Trailer 
Refurbish Truck 
Two Chain Saws 

Harbor: 

Repairs to storage building 

Wire: 

Outer fire alarm case 

Electro voice microjrfione and cords 

Electric hammer drill 

Rqsairs to truck and lift 

Sewer: 

Equipment 

Library: 

Partial carpel repair/replacement 
Plaster repairs, interior 
Touchup exterior painting 



Water Depi: 

Engineering Services 

Totals 



5,060.00 
2,000.00 
2,000.00 



650.00 
2,350.00 
5.640.00 

500.00 



350.00 

170.00 

215.00 

1,500.00 



3,000.00 
500.00 
500.00 



5,000.00 
44,605.00 

9.060.00 

9,140.00 
2.000.00 

2.235.00 
4.773.00 

4.000.00 
$83,613.00 

$9,000.00 
$92,613.00 



43 



Resolution offered by Barbara Bliss, Chairwoman of the School Committee. 

WHEREAS C. Christopher Ford has served the Town of Cohasset as a mem- 
ber of the School Committee for six years, and as its Vice Chairman for three 
years; and 

WHEREAS Mr. Ford has chosen not to stand for re-election to the Commit- 
tee; and 

WHEREAS Mr. Ford's special role as a graduate of the Cohasset PubHc 
Schools and a long-time educator and his thoughtful consideration and dedication 
to quality education brought a unique perspective to the Committee. 

NOT THEREFORE be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset do hereby 
recognize Mr. Ford for his invaluable service to the children and the Town. 

Resolution is unanimously adopted. 

ARTICLE 4. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the 
Personnel Committee, and to see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel 
Classification By-Law Schedule by adopting or amending as heretofore adopted 
and to raise and appropriate a sum of money necessary to pay the increases in 
compensation according to any amendments to the Personnel Classification By- 
Law Schedule for the ensuing fiscal year. 



44 



ARTICLE 4 

MOVED: That the report and recommendations of the Personnel Commit- 
tee, with respect to amending the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule be 
and hereby is amended as heretofore adopted; and any position existing prior 
hereto not referred to in the Schedule shall continue to be compensated at the 
rate set forth in the 1991 Salary and Rate Schedule incorporated in Article 4 
of the Warrant for the 1 992 Annual Town Meeting and to meet the pay increases 
set forth in the amended Schedule for the ensuing fiscal year, the sum of Eighteen 
Thousand, Eight Hundred Eighty-Four and no/100 ($18,884.00) Dollars be 
appropriated to be credited to the personnel services and expense appropriation 
accounts affected in accordance with the attached schedule; and to meet the ap- 
propriation, the sum of Thirteen Thousand, Four Hundred and Ninety -Eight and 
no/ 100 ($13,498.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated by taxation and the 
balance of Five Thousand Three Hundred Eighty-Six and no/100 ($5,386.00) 
Dollars be transferred from water revenue. 



45 



SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES-FISCAL 1993 

SCHEDULE 1 

COMPENSATION PLAN 

TOWN OF COHASSET 

FISCAL 1993 

STEP RATES 



PAY 


GRADI 


A 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


B 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


C 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


D 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


E 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


F 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


G 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


H 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


I 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


J 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 


K 


Hourly 
35 Hrs. 
40 Hrs. 



Min 



1st 



2nd 



3rd 



4th 



5th 



6th 



6.42 


6.78 


7.17 


7.56 


7.94 


8.33 


8.72 


224.70 


237.30 


250.95 


264.60 


277.90 


291.55 


305.20 


256.80 


271.20 


286.80 


302.40 


317.60 


333.20 


348.80 


6.92 


7.32 


7.75 


8.16 


8.59 


8.98 


9.40 


242.20 


256.20 


271.25 


285.60 


300.65 


314.30 


329.00 


276.80 


292.80 


310.00 


326.40 


343.60 


359.20 


376.00 


7.47 


7.93 


8.36 


8,80 


9.24 


9.70 


10.17 


261.45 


277.55 


292.60 


308.00 


323.40 


339.50 


355.95 


298.80 


317.20 


334.40 


352.00 


369.60 


388.00 


406.80 


8.08 


8.55 


9.05 


9.52 


10.01 


10.50 


10.99 


282.80 


299.2^ 


316.75 


333.20 


350.35 


367.50 


384.65 


323.20 


342.00 


362.00 


380.80 


400.40 


420.00 


439.60 


8.72 


9.23 


9.77 


10.27 


10.80 


11.33 


11.86 


305.20 


323.05 


341.95 


359.45 


378.00 


396.55 


415.10 


348.80 


369.20 


390.80 


410.80 


432.00 


453.20 


474.40 


9.41 


9.96 


10.54 


11.09 


11.63 


12.23 


12.80 


329.35 


348.60 


368.90 


388.15 


407.05 


428.05 


448.00 


376.40 


398.40 


421.60 


443.60 


465.20 


489.20 


512.00 


10.16 


10.77 


11.36 


11.99 


12.60 


13.21 


13.80 


355.60 


376.95 


397.60 


419.65 


441.00 


462.35 


483.00 


406.40 


430.80 


454.40 


479.60 


504.00 


528.40 


552.00 


10.97 


11.62 


12.28 


12.95 


13.62 


14.26 


14.92 


383.95 


406.70 


429.80 


453.25 


476.70 


499.10 


522.20 


438.80 


464.80 


491.20 


518.00 


544.80 


570.40 


596.80 


11.84 


12.56 


13.26 


13.98 


14.69 


15.40 


16.12 


414.40 


439.60 


464.10 


489.30 


514.15 


539.00 


564.20 


473.60 


502.40 


530.40 


559.20 


587.60 


616.00 


644.80 


12.79 


13.56 


14.31 


15.08 


15.84 


16.65 


17.42 


447.65 


474.60 


500.85 


527.80 


554.40 


582.75 


609.70 


511.60 


542.40 


572.40 


603.20 


633.60 


666.00 


696.80 


13.81 


14.65 


15.46 


16.32 


17.13 


17.96 


18.80 


483.35 


512.75 


541.10 


571.20 


599.55 


628.60 


658.00 


552.40 


586.00 


618.40 


652.80 


685.20 


718.40 


752.00 



46 



PAY 


GRADE 


Min 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


5th 


6th 


L 


Hourly 


14.93 


15.83 


16.73 


17.63 


18.53 


19.42 


20.30 




35Hrs. 


522.55 


554.05 


585.55 


617.05 


648.55 


679.70 


710.50 




40Hrs. 


597:20 


633.20 


669.20 


705.20 


741.20 


776.80 


812.00 


M 


Hourly 


16.12 


17.10 


18.04 


19.01 


19.99 


20.97 


21.94 




35 Hrs. 


564.20 


598.50 


631.40 


665.35 


699.65 


733.95 


767.90 




40 Mrs. 


644.80 


684.00 


721.60 


760.40 


799.60 


838.80 


877.60 


N 


Hourly 


17.40 


18.44 


19.49 


20.54 


21.57 


22.63 


23.68 




35 Hrs. 


609.00 


645.40 


682.15 


718.90 


754.95 


792.05 


828.80 




40 Hrs. 


696.00 


737.60 


779.60 


821.60 


862.80 


905.20 


947.20 


O 


Hourly 


18.80 


19.93 


21.05 


???,0 


23.34 


24.46 


25.58 




35 Hrs. 


658.00 


697.55 


736.75 


777.00 


816.90 


856.10 


895.30 




40 Hrs. 


752.00 


797.20 


842.00 


888.00 


933.60 


978.40 


1.023.20 



47 



SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES - FISCAL 1992 
LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 



Department 


Pay 


Positions 


Schec 




Group 


Authorized 




Accounting 








Town Accountant 


Contract 


1 


1 


Assessors, Board of 








Assistant Assessor/ Appraiser 


L 


1 


1 


Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 


K 


1 


1 


Clerk, Town 








Conservation 








Council on Aging Director 


H 


1 


1 


Outreach Worker 


D 


1 


1 


Fire 








Fire Chief 


Contract 






Captain 


FS-il 


4 


5 


Private 


FS-9 


20 


5 


Harbor 








Harbormaster 


I 


1 


1 


Health, Board of 








Health Agent 


L 


1 




Heavy Equipment Operator 


F 


1 




Recycling/Transfer Facility Manager 


I 


1 




Recycling Monitor 


B 







Highway 








Working Foreman 


H 


1 




Heavy Equipment Operator 


F 


2 




Truck Driver/Utihty Worker 


D 


2 




Library 








Chief Librarian 


M 


1 




Planning Board 








Secretary 


E 


1 




Police 








Police Chief 


Contract 






Sergeant 


PS-11 


4 




Patrolman 


PS-9 


13 




Recreation 








Director 


J 


1 




Selectmen, Board of 








Executive Secretary 


Contract 


1 




Admin. Secretary 


F 


1 




Secy/Receptionist 


D , 


1 




Sewer 








Superintendent 


L 







Utility Worker 


C 







Operator 


F 







Treasurer/Collector 








Tree & Park 








Superintendent 


J 


1 




Tree Climber 


F 


1 




Skilled Utility Worker 


D 


1 




Skilled Utility Worker-Cemetery 


D 


1 





Hours 



40 



40 
18 



42 
42 

40 



40 
40 



40 
40 
40 



20 



37.5 
37.5 



40 
35 



40 
40 
40 
40 



48 



Department 

Water 

Superiniendeni 

Water Supervisor 

Plant Foreman 

Water Plant Opvsrator/Lab Dir. 

Heavy Equipment Operator, Meter Insp. 

Water Plant Operator 

Water Service Operator 
Wire 

Superintendent 

Electrician/Inspector 
Zoning Board of Appeals 



Pay 


Positions Schedule 


Hon 


Group 


Authorized 




N 


1 1 




K 


1 1 


40 


H 


1 1 


40 


F 


1 1 


40 


G 


1 1 


40 


E 


1 1 


40 


E 


2 1 


40 


K 


1 1 


40 


H 


1 1 


20 



SCHEDULE NO. 2 (Part-time Positions) 



ANNUAL 



Veterans' Agent 

Member, Board of Registrars 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Director of Civil Service 

Shellfish Constable 

Dog Officer 

North Cohasset Beechwood Cemeteries 
Assistant Harbormaster 
Night Patrol-Harbor 
Casual Labor 

1st Step 

2nd Step 

Max. Step 
Skilled Casual Labor 
Election Officers 
Election Clerk 
Election Warden 
Summer Patrolman 
Matron Police 

1st Step 

2nd Step 

Max. Step 
Deputy Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 
Recreation Dept. Clerk 

1st Step 

2nd Step 

Max. Step 
Library Pages 
1st Step 
2nd Step 
Max. Step 
Recording Secretary /Board of Selectmen 



HOURLY 



Sl,600. 
326. 
750. 
200. 
500. 
6,072 

5.50 
6.50 
5.50 

5.50 
5.80 
6.10 
6.50 
5.00 
5.50 
6.00 
6.50 

6.70 

7.10 

7.50 

Pay Group H-1 

4.25 
4.75 
5.25 

4.25 
4.75 
525 
7.50 



49 



Pay Positions 

Department Group Authorized Schedule Hours 

SCHEDULE NO. 3 (Part-Time Positions) 

Constable-per notice 15.00 

SCHEDULE NO. 4 (Inform ationaly Only) 

ANNUAL 

Police Department (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

SCHEDULE NO. 5 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 

Fire Department (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

SCHEDULE No. 6 (Informational Only) 

Library (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement-Negotiations in Progress) 

Municipal, Clerical and Custodial (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement-Negotiations in Progress) 

EXEMPT POSITIONS (According to Fair Labor Standards Act) 

Building Inspector 

Council on Aging Director 

Health Agent 

Librarian, Chief 

Recreation Director 

Water Plant Superintendent 

Water Supervisor 



COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL 

COMMITTEE BY-LAW 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4 

Department Persontil Services % Increase 



3 Selectmen's Office 

4 Executive Secretary 
29 Assessors 

109 Tree and Park 

111 Harbor 

113 Building Inspector's Office 

1 2 1 Wire Department 

300 Highway 

403 Landfill 

501 Board of Health 

53 1 Council on Aging 

571 Cemeteries 

601 Library 

621 Recreation 



1 Water (From Water Revenue) 
Grand Total 



$924.00 


1,055.00 


652.00 


1,725.00 


609.00 


678.00 


1,135.00 


2,033.00 


1,152.00 


835.00 


769.00 


460.00 


898.00 


573.00 


13,498.00 


5.386.00 


S18.884.00 



50 



SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES-FISCAL 1993 

SCHEDULE 1 

COMPENSATION PLAN 

TOWNOFCOHASSET 

FISCAL 1993 

STEP RATES 



A 


Hourly 




35 Hrs. 




40Hrs. 


B 


Hourly 




35 Hrs. 




40 Hrs. 


C 


Hourly 




35 Hrs. 




40 Hrs. 


D 


Hourly 




35 Hrs. 




40 Hrs. 


E 


Hourly 




35 Hrs. 




40 Hrs. 


F 


Hourly 




35 Hrs. 




40 Hrs. 


G 


Hourly 




35 His. 




40 Hrs. 


H 


Hourly 




35 Hrs. 




40 Hrs. 


I 


Hourly 




35 Hrs. 




40 Hrs. 


J 


fiourly 




35 Hrs. 




40 Hrs. 


K 


Hourly 




35 Hrs. 




40 Hrs. 



Min 



1st 



2nd 



3rd 



4th 



5th 



6th 



6.42 


6.78 


7.17 


7.56 


7.94 


8.33 


8.72 


224.70 


237.30 


250.95 


264.60 


277.90 


291.55 


305.20 


256.80 


271.20 


286.80 


302.40 


317.60 


333.20 


348.80 


6.92 


7.32 


7.75 


8.16 


8.59 


8.98 


9.40 


242.20 


256.20 


271.25 


285.60 


300.65 


314.30 


329.00 


276.80 


292.80 


310.00 


326.40 


343.60 


359.20 


376.00 


7.47 


7.93 


8.36 


8.80 


9.24 


9.70 


10.17 


261.45 


277.55 


292.60 


308.00 


323.40 


339.50 


355.95 


298.80 


317.20 


334.40 


352.00 


369.60 


388.00 


406.80 


8.08 


8.55 


9.05 


9.52 


10.01 


10.50 


10.99 


282.80 


299.25 


316.75 


333.20 


350.35 


367.50 


384.65 


323.20 


342.00 


362.00 


380.80 


400.40 


420.00 


439.60 


8.72 


9.23 


9.77 


10.27 


10.80 


11.33 


11.86 


305.20 


323.05 


341.95 


359.45 


378.00 


396.55 


415.10 


348.80 


369.20 


390.80 


410.80 


432.00 


453.20 


474.40 


9.41 


9.96 


iO.54 


11.09 


11.63 


12.23 


12.80 


329.35 


348.60 


368.90 


388.15 


407.05 


428.05 


448.00 


376.40 


398.40 


421.60 


443.60 


465.20 


489.20 


512.00 


10.16 


10.77 


11.36 


11.99 


12.60 


13.21 


13.80 


355.60 


376.95 


397.60 


419.65 


441.00 


462.35 


483.00 


406.40 


430.80 


454.40 


479.60, 


504.00 


528.40 


552.00 


10.97 


11.62 


12.28 


12.95 


13.62 


14.26 


14.92 


383.95 


406.70 


429.80 


453.25 


476.70 


499.10 


522.20 


438.80 


464.80 


491.20 


518.00 


544.80 


570.40 


596.80 


11.84 


12.56 


13.26 


13.98 


14.69 


15.40 


16.12 


414.40 


439.60 


464.10 


489.30 


514.15 


539.00 


564.20 


473.60 


502.40 


530.40 


559.20 


587.60 


616.00 


644.80 


12.79 


13.56 


14.31 


15.08 


15.84 


16.65 


17.42 


4^7.65 


474.60 


500.85 


527.80 


554.40 


582.75 


609.70 


511.60 


542.40 


572.40 


603.20 


633.60 


666.00 


696.80 


13.81 


14.65 


15.46 


1632 


17.13 


17.96 


18.80 


483.35 


512.75 


541.10 


571.20 


599.55 


628.60 


658.00 


552.40 


586.00 


618.40 


652.80 


685.20 


718.40 


752.00 



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PAY 


GRADE 


Min 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


5th 


6th 


L 


Hourly 


14.93 


15.83 


16.73 


17.63 


18-53 


19.42 


2030 




35 Hts. 


522.55 


554.05 


585.55 


617.05 


6^i8.55 


679.70 


710.50 




40Hrs. 


597.20 


633.20 


669.20 


705.20 


741.20 


776.80 


812.00 


M 


Hourly 


16.12 


17.10 


18.04 


19.01 


19.99 


20.97 


21.94 




35 Hrs. 


564.20 


598.50 


631.40 


665.35 


699.65 


733.95 


767.90 




40Hrs. 


644.80 


684.00 


721.60 


760.40 


799.60 


838.80 


877.60 


N 


Hourly 


17.40 


18.44 


19.49 


20.54 


2L57 


22.63 


23.68 




35 Hrs. 


609.00 


645.40 


682.15 


718.90 


754.95 


792.05 


828.80 




40 Hrs. 


696.00 


737.60 


779.60 


821.60 


862.80 


905.20 


947.20 


O 


Hourly 


18.80 


19.93 


21.05 


22.20 


23.34 


24.46 


25.58 




35 Hrs. 


658.00 


697.55 


736.75 


777,00 


816.90 


856.10 


895.30 




40 Hrs. 


752.00 


797.20 


842.00 


888.(X) 


933,60 


978.40 


1,023.20 



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SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES - FISCAL 1992 
LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 



Department 


Pay 


Positions 


Schei 




Group 


Authorized 




Accounting 








Town Accountant 


Contract 


1 


1 


Assessors, Board of 








Assistant Assessor/ Appraiser 


L 


1 


1 


Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 


K 


1 


1 


Clerk, Town 








Conservation 








Council on Aging Director 


H 


1 


1 


Outreach Worker 


D 


1 


1 


Fire 








Fire Chief 


Contraa 






Captain 


FS-11 


4 


5 


Private 


FS-9 


20 


5 


Harbor 








Harbormaster 


I 


1 


1 


Health, Board of 








Health Agent 


L 


1 


1 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


F 


1 


1 


Recycling/Transfer Facility Manager 


I 


1 


1 


Recycling Monitor 


B 





1 


Highway 








Working Foreman 


H 


1 


1 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


F 


2 


1 


Truck DriverAJtility Worker 


D 


2 


1 


Library 








Chief Librarian 


M 


1 


1 


Plaiming Board 








Secretary 


E 


1 


1 


Police 








Police Chief 


Contract 






Sergeant 


PS-11 


4 


4 


Patrolman 


PS-9 


13 


4 


Recreation 








Director 


J 


1 


1 


Selectmen, Board of 








Executive Secretary 


Contract 


1 




Admin. Secretary 


F 


1 


1 


Secy/Receptionist 


D 


1 


1 


Sewer 








Superintendent 


L 





1 


Uulity Worker 


C 





1 


Operator 


F 





1 


Treasurer/Collector 








Tree & Park 








Superintendent 


J 


1 


1 


Tree Climber 


F 


1 


1 


Skilled Utility Worker 


D 


1 


1 


Skilled Utility Worker-Cemetery 


D 


1 


1 



Hours 



40 



40 
18 



42 
42 

40 



40 
40 



40 
40 
40 



20 



37J 
37J 



40 
35 



40 
40 
40 
40 



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Department 

Water 

Superintendent 

Water Supervisor 

Plant Foreman 

Water Plant Operator/Lab Dir. 

Heavy Equipment Operaiot; Meter Insp. 

Water Plant Operator 

Water Service Opx^ratdr 
Wire 

Superintendent s" c 

Electrician/Inspectofl ' ' 
Zoning Board of Appealisr ' > 



Pay 


Positions 


Schedule 


Hou 


Group 


Authorized 


- 




N 


1 






K 


1 




40 


H 


1 




40 


F 


1 




40 


G 


1 




40 


E 


.1 




40 


E 


'I 2 




40 


K 


1 




40 


H 


1 




20 



SCHEDULE NO 2 (^aii^vmie Positions) 



ANNUAL 



Veterans' Agent 

Member, Board of Registrars 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Director of Civil Service 

Shellfish Constable 

Dog Officer 

North Cohasset Beechwood Cemeteries 
Assistant Harbormaster 
Night Patrol- Harbor 
Casual Labor 

Isl Step 

2nd Step 

Max. Step 
Skilled Casual Labor 
Election Officers 
Election Clerk 
Election Warden 
Summer Patrolman 
Matron Police 

1st Step 

2nd Step 

Max. Step 
Deputy Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 
Recreation Dept. Clerk 

1st Step 

2nd Step 

Max. Step 
Library Pages 
1 St Step 
2nd Step 
Max. Step 
Recording Secretary /Board of Selectmen 



HOURLY 



$1,600. 
326. 
750. 
200. 
500. 
6,072 

5.50 
6.50 
5.50 

5.50 
5.80 
6.10 
6.50 
5.00 
5.50 
6.00 
6.50 

6.70 

7.10 

7.50 

Pay Gtoiip H-1 

4.25 
4.75 
5.25 

4.25 

, 4.75 

5.25 

7.50 



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Pay 
Department Group 

SCHEDULE NO. 3 (Part-Time Positions) 
Constable-per notice 

SCHEDULE NO. 4 (Informational Only) 



Positions 
Authorized 



Schedule 



Hours 
15.00 



ANNUAL 
Police Department (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 
SCHEDULE N0.5 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 

Fire Department (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

SCHEDULE NO. 6 (Informational Only) 

Library (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement-Negotiations in Progress) 

Municipal, Clerican and Custodial (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement-Negotiations in Progress) 

EXEMPT POSITIONS (According to Fair Labor Standards Act) 

Building Inspector 

Council on Aging Director 

Health Agent 

Librarian, Chief 

Recreation Director 

Water Plant Superintendent 

Water Supervisor 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL 

COMMITTEE BY-LAW 

IN A r CORD ANCE WITH ARTICLE 4 



Department Personal Services 

3 Selectmen's Office 

4 Executive Secretary 
29 Assessors 

109 Tree and Park 

111 Harbor 

113 Building Inspector's Office 

121 Wire Department 

300 Highway 

403 Landfill 

501 Board of Health 

531 Council on Aging 

571 Cemeteries 

601 Library 

621 Recreation 



1 Water (From Water Revenue) 
Grand Total 



% Increase 

$924.00 

1,055.00 

652.00 

1,725.00 

609.00 

678.00 

1,135.00 

2,033.00 

1,152.00 

835.00 

769.00 

460.00 

898.00 

573.00 

13.498.00 

5,386.00 

518,884.00 



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Amendment to Article 4 offered by Michael Putziger member of the 
Advisory Board. 

MOVED that the main motion be amended by adding thereto the following 
language. This motion is contingent upon the passage of a referendum question 
pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 21C(g). 

In favor of amendment offered by Michael Putziger — amendment is rejected. 
Main motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 5. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the 
Selectmen with respect to the salaries of Elected Town Officials and to see if the 
Town will vote to accept the recommendations by recommending and adopting 
or amending and adopting the Schedule .heretofore accepted and adopted and to 
raise and appropriate a sum of money necessary to pay for the increases in the 
salaries of the Treasurer/Collector, the Town Clerk, and Highway Surveyor for the 
ensuing fiscal year; 

SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(for information only-not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 
Job Title Fiscal 1993 

TownCkrk S34,294.00 

Clerk, Board of Registars ^ 329.00 

Treasurer-Collector 34.596.00 

Highway Surveyor 34,596.00 

Moderator 1 .00 
Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) at $1,000.00 4,000.00 
Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) at $1,200.00 2,400.00 



$113,016.00 

SCHEDULE 2 
COSTS OF INCREASE IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED 

OFFICIALS 

Department Elected Officals-Personal Service 

35 Treasurer-Collector Salary 678.00 

39 Town Clerk 2,172.00 

300 Highway Surveyor 678.00 



$3,528.00 



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ARTICLE 5 

MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Board of Selectmen 
be and hereby is accepted and the following Salary Schedule for Elected Town 
Officials be, and hereby is, adjusted, accepted and substituted for the schedule 
heretofore adjusted and that the sum of Three Thousand Five Hundred Twenty- 
Eight and no/100 ($3,528.00) Dollars, be, and hereby is, raised and appropria- 
ted by taxation to pay for the increase of salaries of the Town Clerk, Treasurer/ 
Collector and Highway Surveyor as set forth in the substitute schedule for the 
ensuing fiscal year, and this amount is to be credited to the Salary Appropria- 
tion Accounts effected in accordance with the attached schedule. 



SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(for information only-not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 
Job Title Piscal 1993 

Town Clerk 

Clerk, Board of Registars 

Treasurer-Collector 

Highway Surveyor 

Moderator 

Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 

Members (4) at SI, 000.00 
Board of Assessors 

Chairman 

Members (2) at SI. 200.00 



SCHEDULE 2 
COSTS OF INCREASE IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED 

OFFICIALS 



Department Elected Offieals-Personal Service 

35 Treasurer-Collector Salary 678.00 

39 Town Clerk 2.172.00 

300 Highway Surveyor 678.00 



$34,294.00 


329.00 


34.596.00 


34,596.00 


1.00 


1.500.00 


4,000.00 


1,300.00 


2,400.00 


S113,016.00 



S3.528.00 



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Amendment offered by Michael Putziger. 

MOVED that the main motion be amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing language: This motion is contingent upon the passage of a referendum ques- 
tion pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 21C(g). 

The amendment offered by Michael Putziger is rejected. 
Main motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 6 . To see if the Town will vote to assume liability in the manner 
provided in Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 91, Section 29 for all damages 
that may be incurred by work to be performed by the Department of PubUc 
Works of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the improvements, develop- 
ment, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, har- 
bor, tidewaters, and foreshores along public beaches, in accordance with Massa- 
chunetts General Laws, Chapter 91, Section 11, and authorize the Selectmen to 
execute a bond of indemnity therefore to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

MOVED: That the Town assume liability in the manner provided in Massa- 
chusetts General Laws, Chapter 91, Section 29 for all damages that may be in- 
curred by work to be performed by the Department of Public Works of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the improvement, development, mainten- 
ance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, harbors, tidewaters, 
and foreshores along public beaches, in accordance with Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 91, Section 11, and that the Selectmen be authorized to execute 
a bond of indemnity therefore to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

Resolution offered by Diana Komet. 

RESOLUTION 
BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS, Edwin H. Tebbetts has served for three years as a Selectman 
of the Town, and for one year as chairman; and 

WHEREAS, Edwin H. Tebbetts has also served for more than eight years 
on the Capital Budget Committee, and for seven years as its chairman; and 

WHEREAS, the Town of Cohasset acknowledges his contribution towards 
assisting the Town's citizens in the difficult struggle to determine an acceptable 
balance between their quality of life and its cost through taxation; and 

WHEREAS, he has brought to his service to the Town a valuable and insight- 
ful financial expertise in prioritizing values; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That the citizens of Cohasset, 
in Town Meeting assembled, on this fourth day of April, 1992, express their 
appreciation to Edwin H. Tebbetts for his active and dedicated interest in the 
promotion of sound Town government to the general welfare of all. 

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Resolution is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 7. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Town Treasurer, 
with the approval of the Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in antici- 
pation of the Revenue of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1992, in accordance 
with the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4 and to 
issue a note or notes therefore payable within one year and to renew any note 
or notes as may be given for any period less than one year in accordance with 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 17. 

MOVED: That the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of 
Selectmen, be authorized to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of 
the Revenue of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1992, in accordance with the 
provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4 and to issue a 
note or notes therefore payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes 
as may be given for any period less than one year in accordance with Massachu- 
setts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 17. 

A 2/3 vote is required. MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 8. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article II of the General 
By-Law TOWN MEETING by deleting Subsection (a) of Section 1 thereof and 
substituting in its place the following Subsection (a); 

(a) The Annual Town Meeting shall be held on the last Saturday in March 
in each year at 10:00 a jn. The meeting for the election of those Town 
Officers who by law must be elected by ballot, and for determining such 
matters as by lay may be decided by ballot, shall take place on the first 
Saturday in April; polls shall be open at 8:00 a.m, and shall remain open 
until 6:00 p.m. or until such further time as the Meeting may vote. 

MOVED: That ARTICLE II of the General By-Laws TOWN MEETING be 
amended by deleting Subsection (a) of Section 1 therefore and substituting in 
its place the following Subsection (a): 

(a) The Annual Town Meeting shall be held on the last Saturday in March 
in each year at 10:00 a.m. The meeting for the election of those Town 
Officers who by law must be elected by ballot and for determining such 
matters as by law may be decided by ballot, shall take place on the first 
Saturday in April; polls shall be open from 8:00 a.m. and shall remain 
open until 6:00 pjn. or until such further time as the meeting may vote. 

MOTION adopted unanimously. 

It was moved by Richard Henderson that Articles 9 - 44 of the Warrant for 
the 1992 Annual Town Meeting be considered and acted upon, upon the basis 
of random selection, except that Articles 14, 15, & 16 be considered and acted 
upon consecutively once one of those articles has been selected. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 43. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds a sum 



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of money for the purpose of installing and constructing a drainage system under 
Linden Circle and to meet the appropriation, a sum of money be transferred 
from an account maintained by the Town Treasurer and containing funds deposi- 
ted by abutters to Linden Circle for the purpose of paying the costs of materials 
relating to the construction and installation of the drainage system. 

MOVED: That the sum of Two Thousand and no/ 100 ($2,000.00) Dollars 
be transferred from available funds for the purpose of installing and constructing 
a drainage system under Linden Circle and to meet the appropriation, the sum of 
Two Thousand and no/ 100 ($2,000.00) Dollars be transferred from an account 
maintained by the Town Treasurer and containing funds deposited by abutters to 
Linden Circle which funds shall be used for the purpose of paying the costs of 
material relating to the construction and installation of the drainage system. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 18. To see if the Town will vote to rescind authorization to bor- 
row the sum of One Thousand and no/100 ($1 ,000.00) Dollars previously author- 
ized under Article 22 of the Warrant for the 1990 Annual Town Meeting which 
money was to be used for the purpose of making renovations and improvements 
to use the Police/Fire Station; the sum of One Thousand and no/100 ($1,000.00) 
Dollars no longer being needed for the purposes of the project. 

MOVED: That the Town rescind authorization to borrow the sum of One 
Thousand and no/100 ($1,000.00) Dollars previously authorized under Article 22 
of the Warrant for the 1 990 Annual Town Meeting which money was to be used 
for the purpose of making renovations and improvements to the PoUce/Fire 
Station; the sum of One Thousand and no/100 ($1,000.00) Dollars no longer 
being needed for the purpose of the project. 

MOTION adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 38. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Select- 
en to grant an easement to the First Parish Church of Cohasset for the purpose 
of constructing, using, repairing, maintaining, and replacing a septic system to be 
located under Cohasset Common, which easement shall be located as shown on 
the plan filed with the Town Clerk and endorsed "Plan Article 38". 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be and they hereby are authorized 
and directed to grant an easement to the First Parish Unitarian Church of 
Cohasset on a portion of Cohasset Common for the purpose of installation, repair, 
maintenance, replacement, and use of a septic system. The easement to be to the 
immediate north of the First Parish Unitarian Church structure to be approxi- 
mately eight hundred (800) square feet in area. The precise dimensions of the 
easement and its location on the Common shall be at the sole discretion of the 
Board of Selectmen with such additions thereto or changes from the size as they 
deem necessary and appropriate to accompHsh the purposes of the motion, the 
execution and delivery of such easement to be conclusive evidence of their author- 
ity to do so. The approximate location of the easement is shown on the diagram 
filed with the office of the Town Clerk and marked *Tlan Article 38". 



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A 2/3 vote is required MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 25. To see if tlie Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds, or borrow the sum of Nine Thousand and no/100 ($9,000.00) 
Dollars for the purchase of a new hydrauHc sand spreader for the Highway Depart- 
ment, and authorize the trade-in of a 1982 sand spreader currently used by the 
Highway Department. 

MOVED: Contingent upon the passage of a referendum question pursuant 
to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 21C(i-l/2) that the sum of 
Nine Thousand and no/ 100 ($9,000.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated from 
taxation for the purchase of a new hydraulic sand spreader for the Highway De- 
partment; and authorize the trade-in of a 1982 sand spreader currently used by 
the Highway Department. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 



ARTICLE 9. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargaining 
Agreement made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the members of the 
Cohasset Patrohnen's Union Local 641 of the EPBO, and to see what sum of 
money the Town will raise and appropriate, or transfer from available funds to 
effectuate the Agreement. 

MOVED: That the sum of Eleven Thousand Four Hundred Forty-Two and 
no/ 100 ($11,442.00) be raised and appropriated from taxation to fund a Collec- 
tive Bargaining Agreement by and between the Town of Cohasset and the mem- 
bers of Patrolmen's Union Local 641 of the IBPO. 

It was recommended by the Advisory Committee to have a Secret Ballot. 
The Moderator called for a Secret Ballot — Yes 1 10; No. 47. Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 21. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds, or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of paying legal fees to 
an Assistant Town Counsel to provide general environmental advice relating to the 
solution of the Town's waste water management problems and defense and pro- 
secution of administrative and litigation actions arising therefrom. 

MOVED: That the sum of Fifteen Thousand and no/100 ($15,000.00) Dol- 
lars be raised and appropriated from taxation for the purpose of paying legal fees 
to an Assistant Town Counsel to provide general advice relating to the solution 
of the Town's waste water management problems and defense and prosecution of 
administrative and litigation actions arising therefrom. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 44. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII, of the 
General By-Laws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by deleting Paragraph (iii) 
and Paragraph (iv) of Section 27, Subsection (b), and relettering Paragraph (v) 
and Paragraph (vi) thereof as (iii) and (iv.). 



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MOVED: That Article VII, of the General By-Laws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC 
ORDER, be amended by deleting Paragraph (iii) and Paragraph (iv) of Section 27, 
Subsection (b), and relettering Paragraph (iv) thereof as (iii) and (iv). 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 11 . To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargaining 
Agreement made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Konohasset Cleri- 
cal and Custodial Association, and to see what sum of money the Town will raise 
and appropriate, or transfer from available funds to effectuate the Agreement. 

MOVED: That the action under this Article 1 1 be deferred until an ad- 
journed session of this meeting. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 26. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the transfer of a 
parcel of land from the Cohasset Housing Authority to the Board of Selectmen, 
which land is shown as Lot B on a plan entitled *Tlan of Land, Chief Justice 
Cushing Highway, Cohasset, Mass", prepared for the Town of Cohasset by Alva L. 
Downs, County Engineer, Norfolk County Engineering Department, dated August 
3, 1989, which plan is on file with the Office of the Town Clerk and endorsed 
"Plan Article 26", the land having been formerly owned by the Town of Cohasset 
and transferred to the Cohasset Housing Authority for affordable housing and 
no longer being needed for that purpose. 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be and they hereby are authorized 
and directed to accept a transfer of a parcel of land from the Cohasset Housing 
Authority, which land is shown as Lot B on a Plan entitled *Tlan of Land, Chief 
Justice Cushing Highway, Cohasset, Mass.", prepared for the Town of Cohasset 
by Alva L. Downes, County Engineer, Norfolk County Engineering Department, 
dated August 3, 1989, which plan is on file with the Office of the Town Clerk and 
endorsed "Plan Article 26"; the land having been formerly owned by the Town 
of Cohasset and transferred to the Cohasset Housing Authority for affordable 
housing and no longer being needed for that purpose. 

A 2/3 vote is required. MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 23. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Ninety-Five Thousand and no/ 100 
($95,000.00) Dollars for the following construction projects: (a) final phase of 
the removal and replacement of the glass block wall and windows of the main 
wing of the Junior/Senior High School and to install light controlling devices 
($80,000.00) and (b) final phase of the replacement of the floor covering at the 
Joseph Osgood School ($15,000.00). 

MOVED: Contingent upon the passage of a referendum question pursuant 
to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 21C(k) that the Treasurer, 
with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be authorized to borrow the sum 



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of Ninety-Five Thousand and no/100 ($95,000.00) Dollars to be used for the 
following construction projects: (a) final phase of the removal and replacement 
of the glass block wall and windows of the main wing of the Junior/Senior High 
School and to install light controlling devices ($80,000.00) and (b) fmal phase of 
the replacement of the floor covering at the Joseph Osgood School ($15,000.00). 

A 2/3 vote is required. MOTION is adopted unanimously. 







ARTICLE 37 


Name 


Address 


1 

1. 


AlixP.White 


224 Jerusalem Road 


2. 


Linda Keller 


2 Gushing Road 


3. 


Edward Lappen 


241 Jerusalem Road 


4. 


JohnK.McNabb,Jr. 


53 Pond Street 


5. 


Mary E. Gainor 


168 Sohier Street 


6. 


Elizabeth E. Stevenson 


13 North Main Street 


7. 


Kevin F. O'Donnell 


196 Fair Oaks Lane 


8. 


Thomas C. Cook 


281 King Street 


9. 


Charles Gainor 


168 Sohier Street 


10. 


Constance Afshar 


64 Summer Street 



To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the By-Laws by adding 
the following: 

Section 3 3. (a) The owner or operator of a private landfill in the Town shall as 
approved by the Board of Health provide for maintenance of the property, leach- 
ate collection, leachate treatment or removal, runoff control, air monitoring, odor 
control, surface water testing and ground water testing for a period of fifty (50) 
years following the abandonment or approved closure of said landfill such that 
said abandoned or closed landfill does not constitute a threat to public health 
and the environment nor contaminate the air, land or water resources or public 
health of the Town. 

(b) Said owner or operator shall submit a written plan for completing said 
actions and the estimated costs of said actions to the Board of Health no later 
than one hundred and twenty days following the effective date of this By-Law 
and on or before January 15 of each year thereafter. Said plan shall not become 
effective until approved by the Board of Health. 

(c) The owner or operator of a private landfill in the Town shall have in 
force at aU times one or more bonds, irrevocable letter of credit, escrow account, 
or other financial instruments approved by the Board of Health in an amount in 
total which is sufficient to pay in full the costs as determined by said Board for 
completing the actions required in paragraph (a) and to absolve the Town of any 
such financial liability. 

(d) Said financial instruments shall be approved by said Board and shall pro- 
vide that the Board shall be a party or co-obligee to said mechanism or mechan- 
isms to the extent that it shall have the right to obtain, without the consent of the 
owner or operator, exclusive direction and control over the transfer, use and dis- 
bursement of funds from said instruments exclusively for maintenance, leachate 
collection, leachate removal, air monitoring, surface and ground water testing, or 
any other costs deemed necessary by the Board to properly regulate said landfill 

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or to protect public health and the environment for a fifty-year period following 
the abandonment or approved closure of said landfill. 

(e) A report of the Board of Health of the provision of said financial mech- 
anisms shall be submitted to the Board of Selectmen no later than thirty (30) 
days following approval by the Board of Health, and shall not be effective until 
approved by the Board of Selectmen. 

(f) Upon proof of failure of said owner or operator to comply with this 
section or regulations adopted thereto, the Board of Health following a pubUc 
hearing for which notice has appeared in a newspaper of general circulation in the 
town no less than fourteen days prior to said hearing may issue an order for im- 
mediate provision of said required financial mechanisms. 

(g) The Board of Health is hereby authorized to adopt regulations to imple- 
ment the provisions of this section. Said regulations shall require said owner or 
operator to publicly disclose all personal or corporate fmancial assets. 

(h) Each of the paragraphs within this section shall be constructed as sepa- 
rate to the end that if any sentence, clause, or phrase thereof shall be held invalid 
for any reason the remainder of that paragraph and all other paragraphs of this 
section shall continue in full force." 

ARTICLE 37 

MOVED: That Article VII of the General By-Laws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC 
ORDER be amended by adding thereto a new Section 33 which shall read as 
follows: 

"Section 33. (a) The owner or operator of a private landfill in the Town shall, 
as approved by the Board of Health, provide for maintenance of the property, 
leachate collection, leachate treatment or removal, runoff control, air monitoring, 
odor control, surface water testing and ground water testing for a period of thirty 
(30) years following the abandonment or approved closure of said landfill to en- 
sure that said abandoned or closed landfill does not constitute a threat to public 
health and the environment nor contaminate the air, land or water resources or 
pubHc health of the Town. 

(b) Said owner or operator shall submit a written plan addressing operation 
maintenance and monitoring for competing said actions and the estimated costs of 
said actions to the Board of Health no later than one hundred and twenty days 
following the effective date of this by law and on or before January 1 5 of each 
year thereafter. Said plan shall not become effective until approved by the Board 
of Health. 

(c) The owner or operator of a private landfill in the Town shall have in 
force at aU times one or more bonds, surety bonds, irrevocable letter of credit, 
escrow account, or other financial instruments approved by the Board of Health 
in an amount in total which is sufficient to pay in full the costs as determined 
by said Board for completing the actions required in Paragraph (a) and to absolve 
the Town of any such fmancial liability. 

(d) Said financial instruments shall be approved by said Board and shall pro- 
vide that the Board shall be a party or co-obligee to said mechanism or mechan- 
isms to the extent that it shall have the right to obtain, without the consent of the 
owner or operator, exclusive direction and control over the transfer, use and dis- 
bursement of funds from said instruments exclusively for maintenance, leachate 
collection, leachate removal, air monitoring, surface and ground water testing, 

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or any other costs deemed necessary by the Board to properly regulate said land- 
fill or to protect public health and the environment for a thirty (30)-year period 
following the abandonment or approved closure of said landfill. 

(e) Upon failure of said owner or operator to comply with this section or 
regulations adopted thereto, the Board of Health following a public hearing for 
which notice has appeared in a newspaper of general circulation in the town no 
less than fourteen days prior to said hearing may issue an order for immediate pro- 
vision of said required financial mechanisms. 

(f) The Board of Health is hereby authorized to adopt regulations to imple- 
ment the provisions of this section. Said regulations shall require said owner or 
operator to pubHcly disclose its filnancial assets. 

(g) Each of the paragraphs within this section shall be construed as separate 
to the end that if any sentence, clause or phrase thereof shall be held invalid for 
any reason the remainder of that paragraph and aU other paragraphs of this sec- 
tion shall continue in full force." 

To the extent that any portion of this By-Law conflicts with laws of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts or regulations promulgated thereunder, such sta- 
tutes or regulations shall prevail. 

MOTION is adopted. 

A MOTION was made by Richard Henderson to adjourn the meeting to 
Monday, April 6, 1992 at 7:30 P.M. at the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 
MOTION adopted unanimously at 5:00 P.M. 



MONDAY EVENING - APRIL 6, 1992 

Monday night checkers previously appointed by the Town Clerk reported to 
work at 7:00 P.M. and tellers previously appointed by the Moderator reported at 
7:30 P.M. The Moderator called the meeting to order at 8:02 P.M. and a quorum 
of 100 was present at that time. A total of 127 registered voters were checked in. 

Resolution offered by Edwin Tebbetts, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen: 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS, the Town of Cohasset is endowed with the service of more than 
two hundred and fifty men and women who volunteer their time and ability by 
serving on more than thirty boards, committees, councils, and commissions, as 
well as representing the Town in numerous regional and state-wide organizations; 
and 

WHEREAS, these volunteers command a wide range of talent and capability 
which is generously furnished to the use of the Town, freely and without stint of 
rancor; and 

WHEREAS, this contribution of time and talent provides a strong foundation 
for the enhancement of the democratic process. 

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NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset, in Town 
Meeting assembled on this sixth day of April, 1992, expresses sincere appreciation 
to these dedicated volunteers for their contribution to stable and progressive 
Town government. 

Resolution is adopted. 

ARTICLE 14. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 57 which permits the Town, by 
By-Law or ordinance, to deny, any application for or revoke or suspend any local 
hcense or permit, including renewals and transfers, issued by any board, officer, 
or department for any person, corporation, or business enterprise who has neglect- 
ed or refused to pay any local taxes, fees, assessments, betterments. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 15. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VI of the Gen- 
eral By-Laws MUNICIPAL FINANCE by adding thereto a new Section 6 which 
shall read as follows: 

"Section 6. 

(a) The Treasurer-Collector shall annually furnish to each department, 
board, commission or division (licensing authority') that issues licenses 
or permits, including renewals and transfers, a list of persons, corpora- 
tions, or business enterprises ('party') that has neglected or refused to 
pay any local taxes, fees, assessments, betterments, or other municipal 
charges for not less than a twelve (12) month period and that such party 
has not filed in good faith a pending appUcation for abatement of such 
tax, or pending petition before the Appellate Tax Board. 

(b) The licensing authority may deny, revoke, or suspend any license or per- 
mit, including renewals and transfers, for any party whose name appears 
on the hst furnished to the licensing authority from the Treasurer-Collec- 
tor; provided, however, that written notice is given to the party and the 
Treasurer-Collector, as required by applicable provisions of law, and that 
the party is given a hearing to be held not earlier than fourteen (14) days 
after the notice. The list shall be prima facie evidence for denial, revoca- 
tion, or suspension of the license or permit to any party. The Treasurer- 
Collector shall have the right to intervene in any hearing conducted with 
respect to such Hcense denial, revocation, or suspension. Any findings 
made by the licensing authority with respect to such license denial, re- 
vocation, or suspension shall be made only for the purpose of such pro- 
ceeding and shall not be relevant to or introduced in any proceeding of 
law, except for any appeal from such license denial, revocation, or sus- 
pension. Any license or permit denied, suspended or revoked under this 
Section shall not be reissued or renewed until the licensing authority 
receives a certificate issued by the Treasurer-Collector that the party is in 



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good standing with respect any and all local taxes, fees, assessments, bet- 
terments or other municipal charges, payable to the municipahty as of 
the date of issuance of the certificate. 

(c) Any party shall be given an opportunity to enter into a payment agree- 
ment, thereby allowing the licensing authority to issue a certificate indi- 
cating the limitations to the license or permit and the validity of the li- 
cense or permit shall be conditioned upon the satisfactory compliance 
with the agreement. Failure to comply with the agreement shall be 
grounds for the suspension or revocation of the license or permit, pro- 
vided, however, that the holder of the license be given notice and a 
hearing as required by applicable provisions of law. 

(d) The Board of Selectmen may waive any denial, suspension, or revocation, 
if it finds there is no direct or indirect business interest by the property 
owner, its officers or stockholders, if any, or members of his immediate 
family, as defined in the State Conflict of Interest Statute in the business 
or activity conducted in or on the property. 

(e) This Section shall not apply to any license or permit exempted from the 
provisions of this By-Law by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, 
Section 57 or to any other local license or permit that may be excluded 
from this By-Law by action of the Town Meeting from time to time." 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 16. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Massa- 
chusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 22F as added by Chapter 138, Section 
123 of the Acts of the Massachusetts Legislature 1991 Regular Session, which pro- 
vides a basis upon which municipal boards or officers empowered to issue Ucenses 
permits, certificates, or to render a service or perform work for a person or class 
of persons may from time to time fix reasonable fees for such licenses, permits, or 
certificates issued pursuant to statute or regulation. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 40. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article V of the Gener- 
al By-Laws APPOINTED STANDING TOWN BOARDS AND COMMITTEES by 

deleting Subsection (a) of Section 7 therefrom and substituting in its place the 
following Subsection (a): 

"(a)(i) The Conservation Commission shall consist of seven (7) members, 
each appointed for a three (3)-year term by the Board of Selectmen. Two (2) 
members shall be appointed each of two (2) successive years, with three (3) 
members appointed the following year. 

(ii) There shall also be two (2) associate members, each appointed for a 
one (l)-year term by the Board of Selectmen. The associate members shall be 
non voting." 



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ARTICLE 40 

MOVED: That Article V of the General By-Laws APPOINTED STANDING 
TOWN BOARDS AND COMMITTEES be amended by deleting Subsection (a) of 
Section 7 therefrom and substituting in its place the following Subsection (a): 

*'(a)(i) The Conservation Commission shall consist of seven (7) members, 
each appointed for a three (3)-year term by the Board of Selectmen. Two (2) 
members shall be appointed each of two (2) successive years, with three (3) 
members appointed the following year. 

(ii) There shall also be two (2) associate members, each appointed for a 
one (l)-year term by the Board of Selectmen. The associate members shall be 
non-voting." 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

Resolution offered by James Lagrotteria, CHainnan of the Board of Assessors 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT 
WHEREAS 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT 

WHEREAS 

Thomas S. Duggan has served the Town of Cohasset 

as a member of the Board of Assessors 

for nine years and has chosen 

not to stand for re-election. 

NOW THEREFORE 

be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset 

in Town Meeting assembled on 

the fourth day of April 1992, 

hereby record their deep appreciation of the 

exemplary service, the sincere manner and 

honest approach to Town problems 

rendered by Thomas S. Duggan 

and be it further resolved that, 

with the continued esteem of his fellow citizens, 

he may enjoy good health, happiness and 

great success in all future endeavors. 

Resolution is adopted. 



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ARTICLE 10. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargain- 
ing Agreement made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset 
Permanent Firefighters, Local 2804, and to see what sum of money the Town 
will raise and appropriate, or transfer from available funds to effectuate the 
Agreement. 

MOVED: That the action under this Article 10 be deferred until an ad- 
journed session of this meeting. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 39. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5 - AREA 
REGULATIONS, by making certain deletions and additions to Subsection 5.3.1, 
the Table of Area Regulations as follows: (i) with respect to the R-C District and 
under the caption "Use as Permitted" by adding the words "Less than 15 feet in 
height" following the words 'Tortion of a main building"; and (ii) By deleting 
the limitation 2-1/2 stories wherever it may appear under the caption "Maximum 
Permitted Height (Ft./stories)"; so that the Table of Area regulations will now 
provide as follows: 



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amended by making certain deletions and additions to Subsection 5.3.1, the Table 
of Area Regulations as follows: 

(i) With respect to the R-C District and under the caption "Use as Per- 
mitted" by adding the words "Less than 15 feet in height" following the words 
'Tortion of a main building"; and further to amend the aforesaid Section by 
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Amendment offered by Richard Henderson. 

MOVED: That the main motion be amended by striking the caption 
"stories" from the area heading of the Table of Regulations. 

Amendment adopted unanimously. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Main motion as amended was adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 31 . To see if the Town will rescind the adoption of Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 17C 1/2 and substitute in its place 
and adopt Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 17D. 

MOVED: That the Town rescind the adoption of Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 17C-1/2 and substitute in its place and 
adopt Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 5, Clause 17D. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 35 
Name Address 

1 . John K. McNabb, Jr. 53 Pond Street 

2. Constance Afshar 64 Summer Street 

3. Anthony O. Fasciano 3 Bound Brook 

4. Clifford J. Dickson 18 Tupelo Road 

5. C. Christopher Ford 145 Border Street 

6. Karen L. Corcoran 101 Pleasant Street 

7. Frederick E. Howe 23 Gushing Road 

8. JohnMuUett 45 Beach Street 

9. Kevin F. O'Donnell 196 Fair Oaks Lane 

10. Hamilton T. Tewksbury 81 Elm Street 

To see if the Town will vote to amend the By-Laws: 

(a) By amending section 2(d) of Article III by adding the following: 

'*Said Aimual Report shall include (a) a written report by Town Coun- 
sel and approved by the Board of Selectmen which shall specifically describe 
all legal services in the past calendar year for which Town funds were paid to 
Town Counsel or to an assistant Town Counsel and which specifically des- 
cribes the subject and status of all court cases, legal actions, or legal services 
for which said funds were expended, and (b) a written report by the Town 
Accountant which shall list the legal costs incurred by the Town in the pre- 
vious calendar year which shall provide the total amount of such expenditures, 
the amount of such expenditures for each Town department, agency, and 
board, and the amount of such expenditures for every new pending, or com- 
pleted court case, legal action, or other legal service which has incurred legal 
costs.". 

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(b) By amending section 2(a) of Article IV by adding the following: 

'The appointment of an assistant Town Counsel shall expire no later 
than June 30 of each year, unless sooner dismissed by Town Counsel. An 
assistant Town Counsel shall be appointed for a term of no more than one 
year, and may be reappointed to one or more additional one-year terms. 
No assistant Town Counsel shall be reappointed until such tune as he has 
submitted to the Board of Selectmen and Town Counsel a written report as 
required by Town Counsel specifically detailing the substance of the legal 
services provided and the status of all court cases and all legal matters for 
which the costs of such legal services were incurred."; and 

(c) By amending section 3(c) of Article IV by adding the following: 

'*No warrant for the payment of services of an assistant Town Counsel 
shall be drawn by the Town Account and no such payment shall be made 
until such time as the Town Accountant receives from the Board of Select- 
men an invoice or bill approved by said Board which specifically describes 
the subject content, and status of the court cases or other legal matters for 
which said services which were rendered or performed, the total amount 
invoiced, and the hourly rate for such services."; 

ARTICLE 35 

MOVED: That Article III of the General By-Laws, ELECTED TOWN OF- 
FICIALS be amended by deleting therefrom Subsection (d) of Section 2 and 
substituting in its place the following Section 2, Subsection (d) which will pro- 
vide as follows: 

"d) Said Aimual Report shall include (a) a written report by Town Counsel 
and approved by the Board of Selectmen which shall specifically describe all 
legal services in the past calendar year for which Town funds were paid to Town 
Counsel and which specifically describes the subject and status of all court cases, 
legal actions, or legal services for which said funds were expended, and (b) a 
written report by the Town Accountant which shall list the legal costs incurred 
by the Town in the previous calendar year which shall provide the total amount of 
such expenditures, the amount of such expenditures for each Town department, 
agency, and board, and the amount of such expenditures for every new, pending, 
or completed court case, legal action, or other legal service which has incurred 
legal costs."; and further 

That Article IV of the General By-Laws APPOINTED TOWN OFFICERS be 

amended by deleting Section 2, Subsection (a) and by adding thereto the folowing 
additional paragraph which will read as follows: 

"The appointment of an assistant Town Counsel shall expire no later than 
June 30 of each year, unless sooner dismissed by Town Counsel. An assistant 
Town Counsel shall be appointed for a term of no more than one year, and may 
be reappointed to one or more additional one-year terms. No assistant Town 
Counsel shall be reappointed until such time as he has submitted to the Board of 
Selectmen and Town Counsel a written report as required by Town Counsel spe- 
cifically detailing the substance of the legal services provided and the status of all 
court cases and all legal matters for which the costs of such legal services were 
incurred."; and further 

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That Article IV of the General By-Laws be further amended by adding to 
Subsection (c) of Section 3 the following: 

'*No warrant for the payment of services of an assistant Town Counsel shall 
be drawn by the Town Accountant and no such payment shall be made until such 
time as the Town Accountant receives from the Board of Selectmen an invoice or 
bill approved by said Board which specifically describes the subject, content, and 
status of the court cases or other legal matters for which said services which were 
rendered or performed, the total amount invoiced, and the hourly rate for such 
services." 

MOTION is rejected. 

ARTICLE 28. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds, or borrow a sum of money with respect to a lease with option 
to purchase and to equip a Town ambulance; and authorize the trade-in of the 
ambulance currently used by the Fire Department. 

MOVED: Contingent upon passage of a referendum question pursuant to 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 59, Section 21C(k) that the Treasurer with 
the approval of the Board of Selectmen be authorized to borrow the sum of 
Ninety Thousand and no/ 100 ($90,000.00) Dollars for the purchase and equip- 
ping of a Town ambulance; and authorize the trade-in of the ambulance currently 
used by the Fire Department. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 42. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of 
Chapter of the Acts of the Massachsuetts Legislature Regular 1992 

session, which provides incentive to certain municipal employees to apply for 
early retirement. 

MOVED: That action under this Article 42 be deferred until an adjourned 
session of this meeting. 

MOTION is adopted. 







ARTICLE 32 


Name 


Address 


1. 


William S. SignorelU 


54 Old Coach Road 


2. 


T. Gerald Keating 


16 Black Horse Lane 


3. 


David Chittim 


130 Linden Drive 


4. 


Joseph D. Buckley 


28 Linden Drive 


5. 


John E. Atkinson 


38 Hillside Drive 


6. 


Wayne S. DeWald 


40 Nichols Road 


7. 


Lot E. Bates 


365 Beechwood Street 


8. 


Philip J. Carney 


16 Beechwood Street 


9. 


Emilio D. Caruso 


28 Hillside Drive 


10. 


Stella M. Nardo 


256A North Main Street 



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To see if the Town will vote to amend the Personnel Classification By-Law 
Schedule as heretofore adopted pursuant to ARTICLE 4 of the Warrant for this 
meeting by deleting therefrom the line item which respect to the Council on 
Aging Director and substituting in its place the following: 

Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 

Council on Aging Director 1 1 1 40; 

and further that the Council on Aging Director be compensated for the ensuing 
fiscal year at the Fourth Step of Classification J; and to see what sum of money 
the Town will raise and appropriate from available funds or borrow to fund the 
position as reclassified at *'j, Fourth Step"; 

ARTICLE 32 

MOVED: That the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule as heretofore 
adopted pursuant to ARTICLE 4 of the Warrant for this meeting be amended by 
deleting therefrom the line item with respect to the Council on Aging Director 
and substituting in its place the following: 

Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 
Council on Aging Director J 1 1 35 

MOTION is adopted. 

Resolution offered by Martha Gjesteby , member of the Board of Selectmen. 

WHEREAS, FRANCES L. MARKS has served the Town of Cohasset as 
Assistant Town Clerk since 1972, and as elected Town Clerk since 1984; and 

WHEREAS, she has the distinction of being the first woman elected as 
Town Clerk; and 

WHEREAS, in the conduct of her office she has effectively enforced the 
requirements of the Open Meeting Law, in addition to the efficient performance 
of her multifarious duties as Town Clerk; and 

WHEREAS, she has won the support and admiration of her co-workers and 
the general populace in the impartial and exemplary fulfillment of her elected 
duties; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that we, the Board of Selectmen 
of the Town of Cohasset, on the occasion of her retirement from public office, 
acknowledge, on behalf of all those she has productively served, her diligence to 
the duties of her elected office, and her constant and energetic pursuit of all of 
its requirements. 

GIVEN under our hands and the seal of the TOWN OF COHASSET this 
twenty-seventh day of January in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Ninety-Two. 

Resolution is adopted unanimously. 

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ARTICLE 20. To see if the Town will vote to approve an increase in the 
sewer use charges to be effective July 1 , 1992, as set forth in the following table: 

Quantity Present Fee Proposed Fee 

First 1 ,095 cubic feet per quarter $2738 $28.91 

(Minimum charge) 

Charge per 100 cubic feet in excess 230 2 91 

of quarterly minimum 

MOVED: That the Town approve an increase in the sewer use charges to be 
effective July 1 , 1992, as set forth in the following table: 



Quantity 


Present Fee 


Proposed Fee 


First 1 ,095 cubic feet per quarter 


$27.38 


$^.91 


(Minimum charge) 







Charge per 1 00 cubic feet in excess 250 2.91 

of quarterly minimum 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 27. To see if the Town will transfer the funds appropriated under 
article 6 of the Warrant for the 1943 Annual Town Meeting as a post-war rehabili- 
tation fund to the Cohasset Historical Military Memorial Corporation, a Massa- 
chusetts corporation organized under Chapter 180 of the Massachsuetts General 
Laws, which funds will be used for the non-profit purposes of that corporation. 

MOVED: That the entire unexpended funds, together with interest thereon, 
appropriated under Article 6 of the Warrant for the 1943 Annual Town Meeting, 
as a Post-War rehabilitation Fund be transferred to the Cohasset Historical 
Military Memorial Corporation, a Massachusetts corporation organized under 
Chapter 180 of the Massachusetts General Laws, which funds will be used for 
the non-profit purposes of that entity. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 24. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds, or borrow a sum of money to rebuild the tidal gates at Cat Dam 
on Nichols Road. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 19. To see if the Town will vote to accept Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 272, Section 73A allowing for the removal of gravestones and 
other memorials for the purpose of repair or reproduction pursuant to rules and 
regulations promulgated by the Office of the Secretary of State of the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts. 

MOVED: That the Town accept the provisions of Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 272, Section 73 A allowing for the removal of gravestones and 
other memorials for the purpose of repair or reproduction pursuant to rules 
and regulations promulgated by the Office of the Secretary of State of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

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ARTICLE 29. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article III of the 
General By-Laws ELECTED TOWN OFFICERS by deleting Paragraph (xii) 
of Subsection (j) of Section 2 and substituting in its place the following Para- 
graph (xii): 

(xii) Issuing Gasoline Permits and the Following Licenses: Sunday Liquor, 
Entertainment, Common Victualler, Inn Holder, Class I, II, and III Automobile 
Dealers, Junk Collector, Auctioneer, Peddler, and Transient Vendor. They shall 
estabUsh appropriate fees for such licenses and permits if not otherwise specifi- 
ed by law: 

MOVED: That Article III of the General By-Laws ELECTED TOWN OF- 
FICIALS be amended by deleting Paragraph (xii) of Subsection (j) of Section 2 
and substituting in its place the following Paragraph (xii): 

(xii) Issuing Gasoline Permits and the Following Licenses: Sunday Liquor, 
Entertainment, Common Victualler, Inn Holder, Class I, II, and III Automobile 
Dealers, Junk Collector, Auctioneer, Peddler, and Transient Vendor. They shall 
estabhsh appropriate fees for such licenses and permits if not otherwise specified 
by law. 

MOTION IS adopted unanimously. 







ARTICLE 33 


Name 


Address 


1. 


F. Roy Fitzsimmons 


116 Doane Street 


2. 


Patricia G. Facey 


4 Woodland Drive 


3. 


Sean Fitzsimmons 


116 Doane Street 


4. 


Jack D. Bryant 


25 Hobart Lane 


5. 


Wilson H. Pile 


65 Ehn Street 


6. 


James L. Whelan 


136 Atlantic Avenue 


7. 


Judith Fitzsimmons 


116 Doane Street 


8. 


Vemita W. Bryant 


25 Hobart Lane 


9. 


Jean M. Muir 


42 Old Pasture Road 


10. 


Scott Fitzsimmons 


116 Doane Street 



To see if the Town wiU vote to create a special unpaid committee, to be 
known as a Regional School District Planning Committee, to consist of three 
members, one of which will be appointed by the School Committee, and two 
additional members to be appointed by a group consisting of the Town Moder- 
ator, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, and Chairman of the Advisory Com- 
mittee. The above being in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 71, Sec- 
tion 14 of the General Laws, as amended; 

MOVED: That the Town create a special unpaid committee, to be known as 
a Regional School District Planning Committee, to consist of three members to be 
appointed by the Town Moderator, one of which shall be a member of the School 
Committee. The above being in accordance with the provisions of Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 71, Section 14. 



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MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 12. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargaining 
Agreement made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Local Bargaining 
Unit C.L.A.S.S. and to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropri- 
ate or transfer from available funds to effectuate the Agreement. 

MOVED: That the action under this Article 12 be deferred until an adjourn- 
ed session of this meeting. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 22. To see if the Town will vote to rescind authorization to bor- 
row the sum of Two Hundred Eighty Thousand and no/100 ($280,000.00) 
Dollars previously authorized under Article 49 of the Warrant for the 1989 Town 
Meeting relating to the expansion of Milliken/Lillard Field; the sum of Two Hun- 
dred Eighty Thousand and no/100 ($280,000.00) Dollars no longer being needed 
for the purpose of the project. 

MOVED: That the authorization to borrow the sum of Two Hundred Eighty 
Thousand and no/100 ($280,000.00) Dollars previously authorized under Article 
49 of the Warrant for the 1989 Annual Town Meeting relating to the expansion of 
Milliken/Lillard Field be rescinded; the sum of Two Hundred Eighty Thousand 
and no/100 ($280,000.00) Dollars no longer being needed for the purpose of 
the project. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 







ARTICLE 36 


Name 


Address 


1. 


AlixP.White 


224 Jerusalem Road 


2. 


Mary E. Gainor 


168 Sohier Street 


3. 


Charles Gainor 


168 Sohier Street 


4. 


Linda Keller 


2 Gushing Road 


5. 


JohnK.McNabb,Jr. 


53 Pond Street 


6. 


Edward Lappen 


241 Jerusalem Road 


7. 


Constance Afshar 


64 Summer Street 


8. 


Elizabeth E. Stevenson 


13 North Main Street 


9. 


Kevin F. O'Donnell 


196 Fair Oaks Lane 


10. 


Hamilton T. Tewksbury 


81 Elm Street 



To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 4 of the Zoning By-Law by 
inserting the following: 

Section 4.3.1 1. There shall be no use of a building, structure or land in any 
district for the disposal of sanitary newage, "grit and screenings," sludge, scum, 
pelletized sewage sludge, or any other material, residuals or substance resulting 
from the treatment, processing, screening, or collection of sanitary sewage from 
the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority or from any city or town which is 
a member of the sewer district of said Authority. 

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There shall be no use of a building, structure or land in any district for the 
storage, processing separation, recycling, or disposal of any hazardous waste as 
defined by Chapter 21C of the Massachusetts General Laws, any low-level radio- 
active waste as defined by section one of Chapter 1 1 IH of the General Laws, any 
radioactive material which had been classified as low-level radioactive waste by the 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission as of January 1, 1989 but which may be classi- 
fied as below regulatory concern after that date, any special waste or asbestos, any 
Uquid waste, compostable or recyclable materials, fly ash, bottom ash, or any com- 
mercial, residential, or municipal soUd waste with the exception of demoUtion and 
construction waste. 

The previous paragraph shall not apply to any hazardous waste facihty sited 
pursuant to Chapter 2 ID of the Massachusetts General Laws, nor to any low level- 
radioactive waste disposal facility sited pursuant to Chapter lllH of the Massa- 
chusetts General Laws. 

Demolition and construction waste is defined as the waste building materials 
and rubble resulting from the construction, remodeling, repair or demoUtion of 
buildings, pavements, roads or other structures and includes but is not limited to 
concrete, bricks, lumber, masonry, road paving materials, rebar and plaster. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 34 
Name Address 

1 . Dennis L. Roth 7 Highland Avenue 

2. F. Roy Fitzsimmons 116 Doane Street 

3. Patricia D. Facey 4 Woodland Drive 

4. Jack D. Bryant 25 Hobart Lane 

5 . Wilson H. Pile 65 Ehn Street 

6. James L. Whelan 136 Atlantic Avenue 

7. Jean M. Muir 42 Old Pasture Road 

8. Vernita W. Bryant 25 Hobart Lane 

9. Judith Fitzsimmons 116 Doane Street 
10. Sean Fitzsimmons 116 Doane Street 

To see if the Town wiQ authorize the creation of a committee for the study 
of the structure of public safety services. The mission of the committee shall be 
to determine the most effective and efficient means, locally or regionally, by 
which the Town can provide public safety services. For the purposes of this 
article, public safety services shall include but not be limited to poUce and fire. 
Such Committee shall consist of nine (9) members, including: 

— five (5) citizen members appointed by a group consisting of the Chair- 
man of the Board of Selectmen, the Chairman of the Advisory Commit- 
tee, and the Town Moderator 

— one member selected by and representing the Advisory Committee 

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— three (3) members selected by the Board of Selectmen and representing 
respectively: 

— the Board of Selectmen 

— the Fire Department 

— The Police Department 

The Committee shall meet at least once a month, or more often as may be 
required. It shall report its findings to the annual town meeting in April 1993 and 
shall, in the interim, inform the Board of Selectmen and the Advisory Committee 
of its findings from time to time as it deems reasonable. The Board of Selectmen 
shaU cooperate with the Committee and will direct Town employees to provide 
the Committee with such information as may be reasonably required for it to ful- 
fill its mission. The Committee's authority shall be evaluative and advisory in 
nature. It is anticipated that should the committee decide to recommend signi- 
ficant changes in the structure of pubUc safety services, such recommendation 
would be formulated in future warrant articles for future consideration by the 
Town: 

ARTICLE 34 

MOVED: That the Town be authorized and directed to create a committee 
for the study of the structure of public safety services. The mission of the com- 
mittee shall be to determine the most effective and efficient means, locally or 
regionally, by which the Town can provide public safety services. For the pur- 
poses of this motion, public safety services shaU include but not be limited to 
poHce and fire. 

Such Committee shall consist of nine (9) members, including; 

— five (5) citizen members appointed by a group consisting of the Chair- 
man of the Board of Selectmen, the Chairman of the Advisory Com- 
mittee, and the Town Moderator. 

— one (1) member selected by and representing the Advisory Committee 

— three (3) members selected by the Board of Selectmen and representing 
respectively: 

— the Board of Selectmen 

— the Fire Department (Fire Chief) 

— The Police Department (PoHce Chief) 

The Committee shall meet at least once a month, or more often as may be 
required. It shall report its findings to the 1993 Annual Town Meeting and shall, 
in the interim inform the Board of Selectmen and the Advisory Committee of 
its findings from time to time as it deems reasonable. 

The Board of Selectmen shall cooperate with the Committee and will direct 
Town employees to provide the Committee with such information as may be rea- 
sonably required for it to fulfill its mission. 

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The Committee's authority shall be evaluative and advisory in nature. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

Notice was given by Richard Henderson that Articles 3, 4, 5, and 25 may be 
reconsidered at an adjourned session of this meeting. No objections were raised. 

MOTION is adopted. 

It was moved by Edwin Tebbetts, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen that 
this meeting stand adjourned until the Town Election on April 11, 1992 at 
8:00 A.M. Motion voted unanimously at 10:30 p.m. 

It was moved by Jane Goedecke at the close of Town Elections on April 11, 
1992 that the meeting stand adjourned until June 1, 1992, at 7:30 P.M. at the 
Cohasset High School Auditorium. 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING - JUNE 1, 1992 

At the Special Town Meeting held on June 1, 1992 at the Cohasset High 
School Auditorium at 7:30 P.M. the following articles were contained in the 
warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by the 
Town Clerk, Marion Douglas at 7:00 P.M. were Dorothea Parmenter, Margaret 
Bates, Jacquelyn McGuire, and Ann Micciche. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator, William D. Weeks and sworn in at 7:30 
P.M. were Betty Lou Pearce, Grace Tuckerman, Arthur Lehr, Jr., and Sumner 
Smith, Jr. 

The Moderator called the meeting to order at 7:50 P.M. and a quorum of 
100 was present at that time. The Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the 
meeting. The total of registered voters was 149. 

ARTICLE 1 . To see if the Town will vote to rescind the action under Article 
21 of the Warrant of the 1992 Annual Town Meeting, and further to see if the 
Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available funds the sum of 
Fifteen Thousand and no/ 100 ($15,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of paying 
legal fees to an Assistant Town Counsel to provide general environmental advice 
relating to the solution of the Town's wastewater management problems and 
defense and prosecution of administrative proceedings and litigation matters 
arising therefrom. 

MOVED: That the action udner Article 21 of the Warrant for the 1992 
Annual Town meeting be rescinded; and further that the sum of Fifteen Thousand 
and no/ 100 ($15,000.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the 
purpose of paying legal fees to an Assistant Town Councel to provide general 
environmental advice relating to the solution of the Town's wastewater manage- 
ment problems and defense and prosecution of administrative proceedings and 
litigation matters arising therefrom. 

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MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 2. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate from available 
funds, or borrow the sum of One Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand and no/ 100 
($175,000.00) Dollars in anticipation of State reimbursement for the purpose of 
reconstructing the Doane Street culvert. 

MOVED: That the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of 
Selectmen, be authorized to borrow the sum of One Hundred Seventy-Five 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($175,000.00) Dollars in anticipation of State reimburse- 
ment for the purpose of reconstructing the Doane Street Culvert. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 3. To see if the Town will be to release an Easement located on 
the property owned by John H. ConneU known as and numbered 25 James Lane, 
Cohasset, MA which Easement was taken by Order of Cohasset Water Company 
by instrument dated November 2, 1949, and recorded with Norfolk County 
Registry of Deeds in Book 2868, Page 541. The Easement to be released is more 
particularly shown at the area outlined in red on a portion of Plot 1 1 and Plot 
12 on page 39 of the Assessors' map of the Town of Cohasset; a copy of a portion 
of page 39 is on file with the Office of the Town Clerk and endorsed, *Tlan 
Article 3." 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 4. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article 1 of the General 
By-Laws. INTRODUCTION, by adding to Section 1 thereof a new Paragraph (d) 
which shall read as follows, and by relettering the present paragraphs (d) through 
(u) through (v); 

(d) (i) No person shall hold at one time more than one elected office; 

(ii) any person who holds an elected office may seek election to a different 
elected office provided that seven (7) days prior to the close of nomination 
papers for such office, such person resigns from the elected position he or 
she currently holds. 

MOVED: That Article 1 of the Genral By-Laws, INTRODUCTION, be 
amended by adding to Section 1 thereof a new Paragraph (d) which shall read as 
follows, and by relettering the present Paragraphs (d) through (u) as (e) through 
(v): 

"(d)(i) No person shall hold at one time more than one elected office; 

(ii) Any person who holds an elected office may seek election to a different 
elected office provided that seven (7) days prior to the close of nomination papers 
for such office, such person resigns from the elected position he or she currently 
holds." 

MOTION is rejected. 

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ARTICLE 5. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the 
sum of One Thousand and no/100 ($1,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of install- 
ing and constructing a drainage system under Linden Circle, to be added to the 
account set up under Article No. 43 of the 1992 Annual Town Meeting. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Thousand and no/100 ($1,000.00) Dollars 
be appropriated from funds contributed by private citizens to supplement the ap- 
propriation under Article 43 of the Warrant for the 1992 Annual Town Meeting, 
the total of which appropriation shall be used for the purpose of installing and 
constructing a drainage system under Linden Circle. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

It was moved by the Chairwoman of the Board of Selectmen, Jane Goedecke 
that the Special Town Meeting be dissolved. 

MOTION was adopted unanimously. 

Alix White gave a report on the Mosquito Control Committee. The Modera- 
tor declared that the third session of the Annual Town Meeting was in order. 
Notice was given on Monday, April 6, 1992 that Articles 3,4, 5, and 25 may be 
reconsidered. These articles will not be reconsidered as proper notice of recon- 
sideration was not given on Saturday, April 4, 1992 when the articles were acted 
upon. According to the By-Laws a motion to reconsider any vote may be made 
at an adjourned session of the Meeting only if the mover of this motion has given 
notice at the session of the Meeting at which the wate was taken. 

Articles 10, 11, 12, and 42 will be taken up as they were deferred until this 
session of town meeting. 

ARTICLE 10. Moved that this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article is indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 1 1 . Moved that this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article is indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 12. Moved that this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article is indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 42. Moved that this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article is indefinitely postponed. 

It was moved by Jane Goedecke, Chairwoman of the Board of Selectmen 
tht the Annual Town Meeting be dissolved. Motion was voted unanimously at 
8:45 P.M. 

A True Record: 

Attest: 

Marion L. Douglas 
Town Clerk 



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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
NOVEMBER 16, 1991 

INDEX 

ARTICLE No. DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLE 

PROCLAMATION 

1 To amend By-Laws, Harbor. Adopted. 

2 Transfer from funds, retain a computer consultant, adopted. 

3 Transfer from funds, $15,216.00 to be added to the Police Department 
Salary budget, adopted. 

4 Indefinitely postponed amending Section 12 of Zoning By-Law. 

5 .Authorize the Board of Selectmen to donate to the Cohasset Police 
Benevolent Assoc. Inc. eighteen surplus revolvers. 

6 Indefmitely postponed, to accept MGL, Chapter 41, Section 4 IB. 

7 Collective Bargaining agreement for C.L.A.S.S. adopted. 

8 Indefinitely postponed KCCA collective bargaining agreement. 

9 Indefinitely postponed Cohasset permanent firefighters agreement. 

10 Transfer from funds, unpaid bills, adopted. 

PROCLAMATION 

1 1 Transfer from funds, implement traffic safety, adopted. 

12 Transfer from funds, $20,000.00 to supplement a grant, adopted 

13 Overlay surplus reserve account to reduce tax rate, adopted. 

14 Transfer or borrow sum of $30,000.00 to supplement accounts under 
Article 3, 1992 Annual Town Meeting. Adopted. 

PROCLAMATION 

15 Transfer from funds, salary of the Treasurer/Collector. Adopted. 

16 Accept Chapter 40, Section 57. Defeated. 

17 Indefinitely postponed amending Article VI of By-Law - Municipal 
Finance. 

18. Authorize the Selectmen to release title, interest in a water easement. 

Adopted. 
19 Indefinitely postponed amending Article XIV of By-Law - 

Wetlands Protection. 

PROCLAMATION 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING NOVEMBER 16, 1992 

At the Special Town Meeting held on November 16, 1992 at the Cohasset 
High School Auditorium at 7:30 P.M. the following articles were contained in the 
warrant and acted upon as recorded. Checkers sworn in Town Clerk, Marion 
Douglas at 7:00 P.M. were Margaret Bates, Jacquelyn McGuire, Ann Niccichi, 
Dorothea Parmenter, and Kathleen Rhodes. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator, George L. Marlette at 7:30 P.M. were 
Raymond Buckley, Arthur Lehr, Janet Mac Lure and Grace Tuckerman. Total 
registered voters checked in on the voting Hst totaled 1 78 voters. 

The Moderator called the meeting to order at 7:55 P.M. and had examined 
the call of the meeting and found it to be in order. The Moderator then called 
the Pledge of Allegiance. 

Proclamation offered by Martha Gjesteby , member of the Baord of Selectmen. 

WHEREAS, WILLIAM D. WEEKS has faithfully served as Moderator for the 
Town of Cohasset from July 15, 1981 , to September 10, 1992; and 

WHEREAS, he has brought to this inestimable office a high degree of skill 
and proficiency, distinguishing himself with the ability to treat his fellow Towns- 
ment fairly and impartially in the conduct of the great institution of Open Town 
Meeting; and 

WHEREAS, he has shown tireless dedication to the pursuit of furthering the 
democratic process without personal or prestigious motivation, and has thereby 
earned the esteem of his contemporaries; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED* that we, the Board of Selectmen, 
of the Town of Cohasset, on the occasion of his retirement from public office, 
acknowledge, on behalf of all those whom he has so productively served, his 
altruistic dedication to the duties of the high calling of his elected office. 

Given under our hands and the seal of the Town of Cohasset this sixteenth 
day of November in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Ninety -Two. 

PROCLAMATION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 1. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IX of the Gen- 
eral By-Laws, HARBOR, by deleting therefrom Subparagraphs (iv) and (vi) of 
Paragraph (a). Section 2, and substituting in their places the following Subpara- 
graphs (iv) and (vi): 

(vi) A mooring location waiting list shall be maintained by the Harbormaster, 
using the date on the 'Application for Mooring Location' as the basis for position 
on the list. All persons must reaffirm their position on the waiting list by April 1 
of each year with the Harbormaster. If a person fails to reaffirm his or her posi- 

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tion on the waiting list by April 1, the harbormaster shall send such person a 
notice by certified mail ("Notice") of such failure to reaffirm and thereafter, 
upon reaffirmation and payment of a fine within fifteen (15) days of the receipt 
of the Notice, the person shall be entitled to Inaintain their position on the wait- 
ing list. A record of the reaffirmation shall be kept on the 'Application for Moor- 
ing Location' form on file with the Harbormaster. Persons not reaffirming on or 
before April 1 in each year or within the fifteen (15) day grace period shall be 
removed from the list. The Selectmen shall from time to time set the fine for 
failure to reaffirm on the mooring list prior to April 1 ." 

"(vi) Mooring fees shall be paid by April 1, of each year. If any mooring 
permit holder ("Holder") fails to pay the mooring fee, the Harbormaster shall 
send the Holder a notice by certified mail ("Notice") of such failure and there- 
after upon payment of the mooring fee and a fine within fifteen (15) days of the 
receipt of such Notice, the Holder shall be entitled to retain the mooring location. 
In the event the Holder fails to pay the fine and mooring fee within fifteen (15) 
days of the receipt of the Notice, the Harbormaster shall remove such Holder's 
mooring tackle from the confines of Cohasset Harbor, and such removal shall 
be at the expense of the Holder. The Selectmen shall from time to time set the 
fine for failure to pay the mooring fee on or before April 1 ."; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article IX of the General By-Laws, Harbor, Section 2, Para- 
graph (a) be amended by deleting Subparagraph (x) and substituting in its place 
the following Subparagraph (x) and by adding to Subparagraph (xi) a new Sub- 
paragraph (cc) which amendments will read as follows: 

(x) A mooring location waiting list shall be maintained by the Harbormaster, 
using the date on the "Application for Mooring Location" as the basis for position 
on the list. All persons must reaffirm their position on the waiting list by April 1 
of each year with the Harbormaster. If a person fails to reaffirm his or her posi- 
tion on the waiting list by April 1 , the Harbormaster shall send such person a 
notice by certified mail ('Notice') of such failure to reaffirm and thereafter, upon 
reaffirmation and payment Jt a fine within fifteen (15) days of the receipt of the 
Notice, the person shall be entitled to maintain his or her position on the waiting 
Hst. A record of the reaffirmation shaU be kept on the 'AppUcation for Mooring 
Location' form on file with the Harbormaster. Persons not reaffirming on or be- 
fore April 1 in each year or within the fifteen (15) day grace period shall be re- 
moved from the list. The Selectmen shall from time to time set the fine for failure 
to reaffirm on the mooring list prior to April 1 . 

(cc) If a mooring holder ('Holder') fails to pay the mooring fee by April 1 
of each year, the Harbormaster shall send the Holder a notice by certified mail 
(*Notice') of such failure and thereafter upon payment of the mooring fee and 
a fine within fifteen (15) days of the receipt of such Notice, the Holder shall 
be entitled to retain the mooring location. In the event the Holder fails to pay the 
fme and mooring fee within fifteen (15) days of the receipt of the Notice, the 
Harbormaster shall remove such Holder's mooring tackle from the confmes of 
Cohasset Harbor, and such removal shall be at the expense of the Holder. The 
Selectmen shall from time to time set the fme for failure to pay the mooring fee 
on or before April 1 . 

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MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 2. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to retain a computer consultant 
to assist in upgrading or replacing the Town's comptuer system; or act on any- 
thing relating thereto, 

MOVED: That the sum of Fifteen Thousand and no/100 ($15,000.00) Dol- 
lars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of retaining a computer 
consultant to assist in upgrading or replacing the Town's computer system. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 3. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Fifteen Thousand Two Hundred Six- 
teen and no/100 ($15,216.00) Dollars to be added to the Police Department 
salary budget to pay the cost of redeeming sick leave benefits of a retiring police 
officer. 

MOVED: That the sum of Fifteen Thousand Two Hundred Sixteen and 
no/100 ($15,216.00) DoUars be transferred from surplus revenue to be added to 
the Police Department salary budget to pay the cost of redeeming sick leave bene- 
fits of a retiring police officer. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 4. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 12 - ADMINIS- 
TRATION AND ENFORCEMENT of the Zoning By-Law by striking therefrom 
Paragraph 12.2.11 and substituting in its place the following Paragraph 12.2.11: 

"12.2.11 A penalty not to exceed One Hundred and no/100 ($100.00) 
Dollars per violation shall be assessed, and each twenty -four (24) hour period, 
such violation continues shall constitute a separate offense. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 5. To see if the Town will authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
donate to the Cohasset PoUce Benevolent Association, Inc. eighteen (18) surplus 
revolvers. 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized and directed to donate 
to the Cohasset Police Benevolent Association, Inc. eighteen (18) surplus revolvers. 

It was then moved by Richard Barrow that this Article be indefinitely post- 
poned. 

MOTION is defeated. 

MAIN MOTION is adopted. 



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ARTICLE 6. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Massa- 
chusetts General Laws, Chapter 41, Section 4 IB authorizing the Town Treasurer 
to pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to deposit accounts, and to see what 
sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, 
or borrow to implement the foregoing section. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 7. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargaining 
Agreement made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Local Bargain- 
ing Unit C.L.A.S.S., and to see what sum of money the Town will raise and ap- 
propriate, or transfer from available funds to effectuate the Agreement. 

MOVED: That a Collective Bargaining Agreement by and between the Town 
of Cohasset and the Local Bargaining Unit C.L.A.S.S., be and it hereby is accept- 
ed and that the sum of Five Thousand Thirty-Two and 61/100 ($5,032.61) Dol- 
lars be transferred from surplus revenue to effectuate the increases in benefits 
and salary as the result of such Agreement, One Thousand Two Hundred One and 
18/100 ($1,201.18) to be attributable to the 1992 fiscal year, and the remainder 
in the amount of Three Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty-one and 43/100 
($3 ,83 1 .43) to be attributable to the 1 993 fiscal year. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 8. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargaining 
Agreement by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Konohasset Clerical 
and Custodial Association, and to see what sum of money the town will raise 
and appropriate, or transfer from available funds to effectuate the Agreement. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 9. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargaining 
Agreement by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent 
Firefighters, Local 2804, and to see what sum of money the Town will raise and 
appropriate, or transfer from available funds to effectuate the Agreement. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds, or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of paying the unpaid 
biUs itemized below and relating to prior fiscal years: 



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VENDOR 


Department 


Amount 


Fiscal Year 


Goodwin, Procter & Hoar 


Sewer Dept. 


$6,005.35 


1992 


(legal services — 






- 


environmental) 








Goodwin, Procter & Hoar 


Sewer Dept. 


17,138.90 


1992 


(legal services — 








environmental) 








Maintech 


Accounting 


49.00 


1992 


Staples 


Fire 


24.55 


1992 


Airco Retail 


Fire 


34.11 


1992 


Operations 








New England Tel. 


Animal Control 


58.02 


1992 


MitCo-McCue 


Harbor 


181.00 


1992 


Printing, Inc. 








EAC Operations 


Health 


228.93 


1992 


Nelson Copy Supply 


Town Clerk 


29.94 


1992 


Co., Inc. 








Cohasset Hardware 


Tree & Park Ceme 


tery 105.32 


1992 



MOVED: That the sum of Twenty-three Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty-five 
and 12/100 ($23,855.12) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the 
purpose of paying unpaid bills itemized below and relating to prior fiscal years: 



Vendor 


Department 


Amount 


Fiscal Year 


Goodwin, Procter & Hoar 
(legal services - 
environmental) 


Sewer Dept. 


$6,005.35 


1992 


Goodwin, Procter & Hoar 
(legal services - 
environmental) 


Sewer Dept. 


17,138.90 


1992 


Maintech 


Accounting 


49.00 


1992 


Staples 


Fire 


24.55 


1992 


Airco Retail Operations 


Fire 


34.11 


1992 


New England Telephone 


Animal Control 


58.02 


1992 


MitCo-McCue Printing Inc. 


Harbor 


181.00 


1992 


EAC Operations, Inc. 


Health 


228.93 


1992 


Nelson Copy Supply 
Co., Inc. 


Town Clerk 


29.94 


1992 


Cohasset Hardware Co. 


Tree & Park & 
Cemetery 


105.32 


1992 



9a 



A 9/10 vote is required. 

MOTION is adopted. 

Proclamation read by Rocco Laugelle, member of the Board of Selectmen. 

WHEREAS, JOSEPH M. KEALEY has served the Police Department of the 
Town of Cohasset with distinction, progressing from Patrolman in 1967, to Acting 
Chief in September 1982, and finally, to Chief of Police in March 1983; and 

WHEREAS, in the diligent pursuit of his duties he has, among many other 
accomplishments, maintained the discipline and morale of the Police Department, 
supervised the successful much-needed renovation of the Police Station, and 
assisted the PoUce Association in the upgrading of the Department's weapons, 
while accomplishing the monumental task of maintaining a level funded depart- 
mental budget for the entire ten years of his tenure as PoUce Chief, during which 
time he has taken no sick leave; and 

WHEREAS, he has set an enviable role model in maintaining a distinctive 
standard of meticulousness in dress and bearing; and 

WHEREAS, he has exercised admirable leadership and restraint in the exer- 
cise of the duties of his office; 

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that we, the Board of Selectmen 
of the Town of Cohasset, in recognition of JOSEPH M. KEALEY'S outstanding 
contribution to honorable law enforcement on behalf of the Town's citizens, 
on the occasion of his pending departure from the service of the PoUce Depart- 
ment, acknowledge the distinction with which he has served. 

Given under our hands and the seal of the TOWN OF COHASSET this 
sixteenth day of November, in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Ninety- 
Two. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Proclamation is adopted. 

ARTICLE n . To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or trans- 
fer from available funds a sum of money to implement traffic safety improve- 
ments in Cohasset Village. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 
($1,500.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue to implement traffic 
safety improvements in Cohasset Village. 

MOTION is adopted. 



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ARTICLE 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 
($20,000.00) Dollars to supplement a grant from the Commonwealth of Mansa- 
chusetts, Department of Environmental Management for the purpose of dredging 
portions of Cohasset Harbor; and further that the Town Treasurer, with the 
approval of the Board of Selectmen, be authorized to borrow the sum of One 
Hundred Thousand and no/100 ($100,000.00) Dollars in anticipation of the re- 
ceipt of the grant. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/100 ($20,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from the Waterways Improvement Fund to supplement a 
grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Environmental 
Management for the purpose of dredging portions of Cohasset Harbor; and further 
that the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be and 
she hereby is authorized to borrow the sum of One Hundred Thousand and 
no/100 ($100,000.00) Dollars in anticipation of the receipt of the grant. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 13. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate a sum of money 
trom the overlay surplus reserve account to reduce the 1993 fiscal tax rate. 

MOVED: That the sum of Thirty Four Thousand Five Hundred Six and 
77/100 ($34,506.77) Dollars be transferred from the overlay surplus reserve 
account to reduce the 1993 fiscal tax rate. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, trans- 
fer from available funds, or borrow the sum of Thirty Thousand and no/ 100 
($30,000.00) Dollars to supplement the following accounts as approved in the 
1993 Fiscal Budget adopted under Article 3 for the warrant for the 1992 Armual 
Town Meeting: 

Health Insurance $25 ,000.00 

Medicare 5,000.00 

MOVED: That the sum of Thirty Thousand and no/100 ($30,000.00) Dol- 
lars be transferred from surplus revenue to supplement the following accounts as 
approved in the 1993 Fiscal Budget adopted under Article 3 for the Warrant for 
the 1992 Annual Town Meeting: 

Health Insurance $25 ,000.00 

Medicare 5,000.00 

MOTION is adopted. 



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Proclamation offered by Jane Goedecke, Chairwoman of the Board of Selectmen. 

WHEREAS, DIANA D. KORNET has served the Town of Cohasset faithfully 
as a member of the School Committee for ten years, from 1979 to 1989, and as a 
member of the Board of Selectmen for three years, from 1989 to 1992; and 

WHEREAS, she has acquitted herself with remarkable enthusiasm and 
energy in connection with the establishment of the humanitarian service that has 
come to be known as Advanced Life Support, sponsored by the South Shore 
Hospital; and 

WHEREAS, she has contributed great skill and expertise toward the forma- 
tion of a Computer Study Committee for the Town; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that we, the Board of Selectmen 
of the Town of Cohasset, acknowledge her many contributions to the furtherance 
of the general welfare of the Townspeople during her tenure on the School Com- 
mittee and the Board of Selectmen. 

Given under our hands and the seal of the TOWN OF COHASSET this 
sixteenth day of November, in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Ninety- 
Two. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Proclamation is adopted. 

ARTICLE 15. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds, or borrow a sum of money to adjust the salary of the Treasurer- 
Collector for the 1993 fiscal year. 

MOVED: That the annual salary of the Treasurer-Collector as adopted under 
Article 4 of the Warrant for the 1992 Annual Town Meeting be amended from the 
sum of Thirty-four Thousand Five Hundred Ninety-six ($34,596.00) Dollars to 
Thirty-seven Thousand and no/100 ($37,000.00) Dollars, and to fund the increase 
for the balance of the 1993 fiscal year, the sum of One Thousand Five Hundred 
and no/ 100 ($1 ,500.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue. 

A Hand Count was taken. Yes - 81 ; No - 72. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 16. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 57 which permits the Town, 
by By-Law or ordinance, to deny any appUcation for or revoke or suspend any 
local hcense or permit, including renewals and transfers issued by any board, 
officers, or department for any person, corporation or business enterprise who 
has neglected or refused to pay any local taxes, fees assessments, betterments, 
or any other municipal charge. 

MOVED: That the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, 
Section 57 be accepted, which section permits the Town, by By-Law or ordin- 

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ance, to deny any application for or revoke or suspend any local license or permit, 
including renewals and transfers issued by any board, officers, or department for 
any person, corporation or business enterprise who has neglected or refused to 
pay and local taxes, fees, assessments, betterments, or any other municipal charge. 

Hand count taken; Yes - 63; No - 65. 
MOTION is DEFEATED. 

ARTICLE 17. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VI of the Gen- 
eral By-Laws MUNICIPAL FINANCE by adding thereto a new Section 6 which 
shall read as follows: 

"Section 6. 

(a) The Treasurer-Collector shall annually furnish to each department, 
board, commission or division (*Ucensing authority*) that issues Hcenses or per- 
mits, including renewals and transfers, a list of persons, corporations, or business 
enterprises ('party') that has neglected or refused to pay any local taxes, fees 
assessments, betterments, or other municipal charges for not less than a twelve 
(12) month period and that such party has not filed in good faith a pending 
application for abatement of such tax, or pending petition before the Appellate 
Tax Board. 

(b) The Hcensing authority may deny, revoke, or suspend any license 
or permit, including renewals and transfers, for any party whose name appears 
on the list furnished to the licensing authority from the Treasurer-Collector; 
provided, however, that written notice is given to the party and the Treasurer- 
Collector, as required by applicable provisions of law, and that the party is given 
a hearing to be held not earlier than fourteen (14) days after the notice. The 
Hst shall be prima facie evidence for denial revocation, or suspension of the 
license or permit to any party. The Treasurer-Collector shall have the right 
to intervene in any hearing conducted with respect to such Hcense denial, re- 
vocation, or suspension. Any findings made by the licensing authority with 
respect to such license denial, revocation, or suspension shall be made only for 
the purpose of such proceeding and shall not be relevant to or introduced in any 
proceeding of law, except for any appeal from such license denial, revocation, or 
suspension. Any license or permit denied, suspended, or revoked under this sec- 
tion shall not be reissued or renewed until the licensing authority receives a 
certificate issued by the Treasurer-Collector that the party is in good standing 
with respect to any and all local taxes, fees, assessments, betterments, or other 
municipal charges, payable to the municipality as of the date of issuance of the 
certificate. 

(c) Any party shall be given an opportunity to enter into a payment 
agreement, thereby allowing the licensing authority to issue a certificate indicating 
the limitations to the license or permit. The validity of the license or permit shall 
be conditioned upon satisfactory compliance with the agreement. Failure to 
comply with the agreement shall be grounds for the suspension or revocation of 
the license or permit; provided, however, that the holder of the license be given 
notice and a hearing as required by applicable provisions of law. 



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(d) The Board of Selectmen may waive any denial, suspension, or revoca- 
tion, if it finds there is no direct or indirect business interest by the property 
owner, its officers or stockholders, if any, or members of his immediate family, as 
defined in the State Conflict of Interest Statute in the business or activity con- 
ducted in or on the property. 

(e) This Section shall not apply to any license or permit exempted from 
the provisions of this By-Law by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 
57, or to any other local license or permit that may be excluded from this By-Law 
by action of the Town Meeting from time to time.'*; 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOTION is adopted. 

ARTICLE 18. To see if the town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to 
release all of the Town's rights, title and interest in a water easement recorded 
with Norfolk County Registry of Deeds. The easement encumbers land known as 
and numbered 28 Margin Street, shown as Lot 67 on Assessors' Plan Number 30, 
and land known as and numbered 23 Stockb ridge Street, shown as Lot 63 on 
Assessors' Plan Number 30. The easement to be released is more particularly 
shown as the area outlined in red on a copy of a portion of Assessors' Plan Num- 
ber 30 on file with the office of the town clerk and endorsed **Map - Article 18". 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized and directed to release 
all of the Town's right, title and interest in a water easement recorded with Norr- 
folk County Registry of Deeds. The easement encumbers land known as and 
numbered 28 Margin Street, shown as Lot 67 on Assessors' Plan Number 30, and 
the land known as and numbered 23 Stockb ridge Street, shown as Lot 63 on 
Assessors' Plan Number 30. The easement to be released is more particularly 
shown as the area outlined in red on a copy of a portion ofAssessors' Plan 
Number 30 on file with the office of the Town Clerk and endorsed "Map - Article 
18". 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

MOTION is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 19. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XIV of the 
General By-Laws, WETLANDS PROTECTION, by deleting the first paragraph of 
Section 5: Notice and Hearings, and substituting the following first paragraph: 

"At the time any person files an appUcation or request for determination 
with the Conservation Commission '('Petitioner') the Petitioner shall give written 
notice thereof, by certified mail or hand delivery to abutters, owners of land 
directly opposite on any public or private way or street, and abutters to abutters 
within three hundred (300) feet of the property line of the petitioner as they 
appear on the most recent applicable tax list, notwithstanding that the land of any 
such owner is located in another town. Such notice shall enclose a copy of the 
application or request, with plans, or shall state where copies may be examined 



95 



by abutters. When a Petitioner is other than the owner or person acting on behalf 
of the owner, the request, the notice of the hearing and the determination itself 
shall be sent by the commission to the owner(s) as well as the person making the 
request."; 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
MOTION is adopted. 

Resolution offered by Veneta Roebuck- 

WHEREAS PATRICIA BUCKLEY has faithfully and actively served as a 
member of the Cohasset Conservation Commission for more than fifteen years; 
and 

WHEREAS she has used her capabilities and experience to benefit our com- 
munity and our environment; and 

WHEREAS she has volunteered her time and her capabilities selflessly so that 
we all can live a cleaner, healthier and more environmentally sensitive lifestyle; 

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset assembled 
on this sixteenth day of November, 1992 hereby record our deep thanks and 
appreciation for her years of service. 

Resolution is adopted. 

MOVED by Jane Goedecke, Chairwoman of the Board of Selectmen that 
this meeting be dissolved. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 10:00 P.M. 

A True Record, ATTEST: 

Marion O. Douglas 



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PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY - MARCH 10, 1992 



Total of voters - 1703 (35%) 

Polls opened at 7:00 A.M. and closed at 8:00 P.M. 

Election officers present and sworn in by Temporary Town Clerk Marion L. 
Douglas at 6 :45 A.M . were : 

Domenic Baccari 
Kathleen Rhodes 
Katherine M. Lincoln 
Dorothea Parmenter 
Roonald Goodwin 
John McNabb 
Jacquelyn McGuire 

Democratic Party 
Presidential Preference 



Ruth Pratt 
Grace R. Tuckerman 
Betty Lou Pearce 
Ann Leonard 
Jeanne McAuUffe 
Linda Keller 



Prec.l 



Prec.2 



Total 



Ralph Nader 7 
Lyndon H. LaRouche 8 
Jerry Brown 9 
Tom Harkin 10 
Larry Agran 1 1 
Paul Tsongas 12 
Eugene McCarthy 13 
Bill Clinton 14 
Robert Kerrey 15 
No Preference 16 
Write-in Mario Cuomo 

Blanks 

TOTAL 

STATE COMMITTEE MAN 

Frederick R. Koed 21 

Blanks 

TOTAL 

STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 

Norma J. Fenochietti 28 

Blanks 

TOTAL 



13 


17 


30 


2 


1 


3 


79 


93 


172 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


4 


340 


352 


692 





3 


3 


33 


27 


60 


2 


1 


3 


2 


9 


11 


2 





2 


11 


7 


18 


487 


613 


1000 



341 

145 
486 



295 

191 
486 



373 

141 
514 



327 

187 
514 



1000 



1000 



97 



DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE 
VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 35 



Prec. 1 Free. 2 Total 



Group 4 1 

Gerry E. Studds 42 
Donna J. McGee 43 
Edwin H. Tebbetts 44 
Chartis B. Langmaid 45 
Frederick Koed 46 
Patricia A. Laugelle 47 
Marek L. Laas 48 
Margaret R. Charles 49 
Ronald Goodwin 50 
Carol A. Barrett 51 
Donna P. French 52 
James F. French 53 
Mary Murphy Goodwin 54 
Mary D. Richard 55 
Julie D. McNabb 56 
Charlotte Leland 57 
Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 58 
Kirk S. Giffin 59 
Maijorie B. Giffen 60 
Sharon L. Becker 61 
Patricia Ann Walsh 62 
Edward Lappen 63 
T. Gerard Keating 64 
Maria A. Plante 65 
Jean M. Salvador 66 
Mary K. Kisiel 67 
Joseph P. Mercurio 68 
William J. Flaherty 69 
Daniel J. Kearney 70 
John K. McNabb, Jr. 71 
Write-ins 
Randel E. Nash 
David McMorris 
Rosanne McMorris 
Karen L. Corcoran 
John A. B. Langmaid 



198 


215 


413 


339 


367 


706 


240 


271 


511 


266 


261 


527 


266 


278 


544 


260 


287 


547 


267 


289 


556 


218 


236 


454 


255 


260 


515 


274 


313 


587 


231 


235 


466 


227 


250 


477 


222 


254 


476 


245 


268 


513 


232 


236 


468 


246 


265 


511 


217 


234 


451 


222 


247 


469 


220 


234 


454 


227 


233 


460 


258 


283 


541 


243 


265 


508 


217 


234 


451 


275 


305 


580 


266 


290 


556 


240 


254 


494 


223 


232 


455 


233 


246 


479 


224 


239 


463 


219 


254 


473 


271 


291 


562 


5 


3 


8 


4 





4 


4 





4 


3 





3 


1 





1 



98 



REPUBLICAN PARTY 
PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 

Patrick J. Buchanan 7 

David Duke 8 

George Bush 9 

No Preference 10 

Write-ins 

Barry Goldwater 

Jerry Brown 

Gov. W. Weld 

Jesse Jackson 

Blanks 

TOTAL 



Prec.l 


Prec.2 


118 


59 


4 


5 


235 


220 


23 


15 


1 




1 




1 




1 




13 


8 



Total 

177 

9 

455 

38 



2 
703 



STATE COMMITTEE MAN 

Thomas J. Barry 21 

Blanks 

TOTAL 



266 

122 



218 
97 



484 

219 
703 



STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 

Paula E. Logan 28 

Write-in 

Pat Buckley 

Blanks 

TOTAL 



321 

1 
66 



247 

1 
67 



568 

2 

133 
703 



REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE 
VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 35 



Write-ins 
Juliette D. Guild 
Ronald Murray Campbell 
Frederic W. Toppan 
Douglas R. Peck 
Margaret M. O'Donnell 
Patricia C. Buckley 
Judith P. Volungis 
Paula E. Logan 
George B. Watts 
Joseph W. Horak 
F. Roy Fitzsimmons 
Mark A. Baker 
Mary Jeanette Murray 
Edward F. Woods 
Peter S. Guild 
Nancy H. O'Toole 
BettyLou Pearce 
David K. Lahive 



48 


26 


74 


48 


26 


74 


47 


25 


72 


48 


26 


74 


48 


26 


74 


48 


25 


73 


47 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 


48 


25 


73 


48 


26 


74 


48 


25 


73 


48 


25 


73 


47 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 



99 



47 


26 


73 


47 


26 


73 


48 


25 


73 


47 


25 


72 


48 


25 


73 


47 


26 


73 


47 


25 


72 


48 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 


47 


25 


72 


48 


25 


73 


47 


26 


73 


47 


25 


72 


48 


26 


74 


47 


25 


72 


1 




1 


1 




1 


1 




1 



Prec. 1 Prec. 2 Total 

Martha K. Gjesteby 
Grace R. Tuckerman 
Barbara A. Meehan 
George L. Marlette 
Barbara L. Bowman 
Leonora C. Jenkins 
William M. ZUdjian 
Lillian M. Murray 
Mary L. Varisco 
Christy P. Mihos 
Wilham D. Weeks 
Samuel C. Pease 
Robert C. Jordan, Jr. 
Thomas E. Nash 
Nancy M. Donahue 
Richard T. Silvia 
L. Christine Bassett 
Write-ins 
Allan DeVito 
PhyUis Peck 
Leland Jenkins 

The polls closed at 8 P.M. for the Presidential Primary on March 10, 1992. 
The vote was declared at 10:50 P.M. The warden dissolved the election at 
11:00 P.M. 

A True Record: 

Attest: 

Marion L. Douglas, Town Clerk 

TOWN ELECTION 
APRIL 11, 1992 



Temporary Town Clerk, Marion L. Douglas Swore in all Election Workers 
at 7:45 A.M. 

Election Officers Present 

Domenic Baccari Maria Pape 

Ruth Pratt Kathleen Rhodes 

Grace Tuckerman Katherline Lincoln 

Margaret Hernan Dorothea Parmenter 

Fred Koed Jeanne McAuliffe 

Ann Leonard Janet W. MacLure 

Margaret Bates Jacquelyn McGuire 



100 



SELECTMEN FOR 3 YEARS 

Diana D. Komet 
Merle S. Brown 
John K. McNabb 
Michael H. Sullivan 
Write-in 
Lillian Curley 

Blanks 

TOTALS 



Pet. 1 


Pet. 2 


Total 


391 


290 


681 


420 


551 


971 


323 


442 


765 


483 


380 


863 


1 




1 


209 


343 


552 


1827 


2006 


3833 



TOWN CLERK FOR 1 YEAR 

Marion L. Douglas 
Write-in 

Blanks 

TOTALS 



691 

225 
916 



782 

224 
1006 



1473 

449 
1922 



ASSESSOR FOR 3 YEARS 

Ross W. Rosano 
Write-in 

Blanks 

TOTALS 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE FOR 3 YEARS 

Ralph Kidder 

Owen Leary L'Malley 

Kenneth P. Wilcox 

Write-In 

Judith Fitzsimmons 

Blanks 

TOTAL 

TRUSTEES P. PRATT LIBRARY 

Barbara M. Power 
Lucia R. Woods 
Katharine Sturtevant 
Write-ins 

Blanks 

TOTAL 

BOARD OF HEALTH 

Thomas C. Cook 
Robert V. Davenport 
Write-ins 

Blanks 

TOTAL 



654 



748 



262 


258 


916 


1006 


589 


572 


270 


343 


643 


640 


1 


1 


330 


455 


1833 


2011 


667 


66-1 


654 


622 


611 


608 


816 


1127 


2748 


3018 


503 


463 


337 


453 


74 


88 


914 


1004 



1402 

520 
1922 



1161 

613 

1283 

1 

785 
3843 



1328 
1276 
1219 

1943 
5766 



966 
790 

162 
1918 



101 



WATER COMMISSIONER 3 YEARS 


Pet. 1 


Pet. 2 


Total 


Ronald Goodwin 


710 


804 


1514 


Write-ins 








Blanks 


106 


202 


408 


TOTALS 


816 


1006 


1922 



SEWER COMMISSION 3 YEARS 



Henry A. Rattenbury 
Write-ins 


688 


708 


1396 


Blanks 

TOTALS 


228 
916 


298 
1006 


526 
1922 


PLANNING BOARD 5 YEARS 








Alfred S. Moore, Jr. 
Write-ins 


649 


682 


1331 


Blanks 

TOTALS 


267 
916 


324 
1006 


591 
1922 


RECREATION COMMISSION 5 YEARS 








Therese England Duggan 
Mary Muncey 
Peter G. Laugelle 
Write-ins 
Diana Pereria 
Robert Beggan 


609 
606 
606 


594 
616 
651 

2 
2 


1203 

1222 
1257 

2 

2 


Blanks 

TOTAL 


927 

2748 


1157 
3002 


2084 
5770 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 5 YEARS 

678 



Ralph Perroncello 
Write-ins 

Blanks 

TOTALS 



238 
916 



767 

239 
1006 



1445 

477 
1922 



The Polls closed at 6:00 P.M. The Moderator declared the results at 7:15 
P.M. He then moved that the meeting be adjourned to the Special Town Electior 
to be held on May 16, 1992 at 8 A.M. at the Cohasset Town Hall Auditorium. 

A True Record: 

ATTEST: 

Marion L. Douglas 
Town Clerk 



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SPECIAL TOWN ELECTION - MAY 16, 1992 

Total Voters 2,046 

PoUsOpen 8:00 A.M. Closed 6:00 P.M. 

Absentees Precinct 1—76 

Precinct 2-69 (145) 3% 

Election Officers Present 

Town Clerk, Marion Douglas swore in all election workers at 7:45 A.M. 

Domenic Baccari Margaret Bates 

Margaret Hernan Fred Koed 

Jeanne McAuliffe John McNabb 

Maria Pape Dorothea Parmenter 

Betty Lou Pearce Ruth Pratt 

Kathleen Rhodes Janice Rosano 

Grace Tuckerman Jacquelyn McGuire 



Pauline Litchfield 



QUESTION NO. 1 



PROPOSITION 2 1/2 QUESTIONS 



Shall the Town of Cohasset be allowed to assess an additional Three Hundred 
Seventy-Seven Thousand, Four Hundred Sixteen and no/100 ($377,416.00) Dol- 
lars in real estate and property taxes for the fiscal year beginning July 1 , 1992, for 
the purpose of fully funding the Town Operating Budget, paying the increase in 
certain employees' salaries, paying the increase in certain elected officials' salaries, 
funding a collective bargaining agreement. 



YES 5 
NO 6 
BLANKS 



Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


621 


617 


1238 


398 


376 


774 


11 


23 


34 


1030 


1016 


2046 



TOTAL 



QUESTION No. 2: 

Shall the Town of Cohasset be allowed to assess an additional Fifteen Thou- 
sant and no/ 100 ($15,000.00) Dollars in real estate and personal property taxes 
for the fiscal year beginning July 1 , 1992, for the purpose of funding a hazardous 
waste collection day. 



YES 11 
NO 12 

BLANKS 
TOTAL 



Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


574 


533 


1107 


435 


457 


892 


21 


26 


47 


1030 


1016 


2046 



103 



CAPITAL OUTLAY EXCLUSIONS 
QUESTION No. 3: 

Shall the Town of Cohasset be allowed to assess an additional Nine Thou- 
sand and no/100 ($9,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a hydraulic 
sand spreader. 

Precinct 1 Precinct 2 Total 

YES 17 522 532 1054 

NO 18 479 461 940 

BLANKS 29 23 52 

TOTAL 1030 1016 2046 

DEBT INCLUSIONS 
QUESTION No. 4: 

Shall the Town of Cohasset be allowed to exempt from Proposition 2^, so 
called, the amount required to pay the bond issue for the final phase of the re- 
pair and replacement of the glass block wall and windows on the front section of 
the North Wing of the Junior/Senior High School, for the completion of the 
installation of light controlling devices at the Junior/Senior High School, and for 
the completion of the replacement of the flooring of the Osgood School. 



YES 24 

NO 25 

BLANKS 
TOTAL 

QUESTION NO. 5: 

Shall the Town of Cohasset be allowed to exempt from Proposition Vh, so 
called, the amount to repay the bond issue for the purpose of purchasing and 
equipping an ambulance. 



YES 31 

NO 32 

BLANKS 
TOTAL 

The polls closed at 6:00 P.M. for the Town Election May 16, 1992. The vote 
was declared at 6:50 P.M. by the Warden. He then moved that the meeting be 
adjourned to Special Town Meeting, June 1 , 1992 - 7:30 P.M. at the High School 
Auditorium. 

A True Record 

Attest: 

Marion L. Douglas, Town Clerk 

104 



Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


677 


645 


1322 


340 


354 


694 


13 


17 


30 


1030 


1016 


2046 



Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


610 


649 


1259 


400 


350 


750 


20 


17 


37 


1030 


1016 


2046 



STATE PRIMARY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1992 



Polls open 7 A.M. 
Total Voters -1831 
Absentee Voters 96 



Ann Leonard 
Mario Pape 
Ann Micciche 
Domenic Baccari 
Ruth Pratt 
Margaret Bates 
Dorothea Parmenter 
Ron Goodwin 



Closed 8 P.M. 

Percent - 37% 
Percent - .01 



Election Officers Present 



Betty Lou Pearce 
Jeanne McAuUffe 
Jacquelyn McGuire 
Janet MacLure 
Grace Tuckerman 
Kathleen Rhodes 
Fred Koed 



INDEPENDENT VOTERS PARTY 

Representative in Congress Precinct 1 

Michael P. Umina — 

Councillor - 4th District — 

Senator in Gen. Court — 

Representative in Gen. Ct. — 
Sheriff Norfolk County 

County Commissioner — 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

Representative in Congress - Vote for One 

Gerry E. Studds 3 
Paul D. Harold 4 
WiUiam G. Zissukis 5 

Blanks 

TOTAL 

COUNCILLOR Vote for One 

Paul- Albert 12 
Kevin R. Donovan 13 
Daniel J. Flynn 14 
Ronald lacobucci 15 
Chris lannella 16 
John J. Kerrigan 17 
Paul J. Kingston 18 
Michael A. Murphy 19 

Blanks 

TOTAL 



Precinct 2 



Total 



457 


402 


159 


154 


20 


12 


35 


44 


671 


612 


35 


29 


24 


35 


31 


28 


22 


37 


118 


104 


73 


99 


66 


64 


56 


40 


246 


176 


671 


612 



859 

313 

32 

79 
1283 



64 

59 

59 

59 

222 

172 

130 

96 

422 
1283 



105 



Precinct 1 
SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - Vote for One 


Precinct 2 


Total 


Chartis B. Langmaid 21 531 
Brian J. McDonald 22 63 
Timothy H. White 23 55 
Write-In Hedlund 1 


453 
66 
48 

1 


984 
129 
103 

2 


Blanks 22 
TOTAL 672 


45 
613 


67 
1287 



REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT - Vote for One 

28 

Blanks 

TOTAL 

SHERIFF - Vote for One 

Clifford Marshall 40 324 306 630 

653 
1283 



338 
263 
278 
313 

1374 
2566 



Blanks 


347 306 


TOTAL 


671 612 


COUNTY COMMISSIONER 


■ Vote for not more than Tw( 


Peter H. Collins 45 


175 163 


John Gillis 46 


133 130 


William O'Donnell 47 


133 145 


John F. Youngclaus 48 


144 169 


Blanks 


757 617 


TOTAL 


1342 1224 



REPUBLICAN PARTY 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS - Vote for One 



Michael K. Crossen 3 


61 


61 


Daniel W. Daly 4 


208 


149 


Robert E. King 5 


16 


16 


Write-In Jon Bryant 




1 


Gerry Studds 




1 


Blanks 


16 


21 


TOTAL 


301 


249 


COUNCILLOR - Vote for One 






Kenneth G. Fortini 9 


167 


135 


Josephine Rowland 10 


85 


62 


Blanks 


49 


50 


TOTAL 


301 


247 



122 

357 

32 



37 
550 



302 
147 

99 

548 



106 



Precinct 1 Precinct 2 Total 
SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT Vote for One 

Robert Hedlund 13 237 196 433 

Blanks 64 51 115 

TOTAL 301 247 548 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT Vote for One 

Mary Jeannette Murray 17 269 196 433 

Blanks 32 42 74 

TOTAL 301 247 548 

SHERIFF - Vote for One 

PaulF.Kelk 21 240 .181 421 



Blanks 


61 


66 


127 


TOTAL 


301 


247 


548 


COUNTY COMMISSIONER 


■ Vote for not more 


than two 




Robert A. Frazier 26 


148 


124 


27 2 


James G. Mullen 27 


204 


149 


353 


Blanks 


250 


221 


471 


TOTAL 


602 


494 


1096 



The Polls closed at 8:00 P.M. for the SState Primary on September 15, 1992. 
The vote was declared at 9:15 P.M. The Warden dissolved the Election at 9:20 
P.M. 

A True Record 

ATTEST: 

Marion L. Douglas 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



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STATE ELECTION, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1992 



Polls Open - 7 A.M. 
Polls Close - 8 P.M. 
Total Voters - 4577 
Absentee Voters — 409 



Per Cent 
Per Cent 



87.2% 
7.76% 



Election Officers Present 



Domenic Baccari 




Dorothea Parmenter 




Maria Pape 




Diane Gramarossa 




Janet Maclure 




Ronald Goodwin 




Ruth F. Pratt 




Ann Leonard 




Kathleen Rhodes 




John McNabb 




Grace R. Tuckerman 




Jeanne McAuliffe 




Margaret Bates 








ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT 






Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


Bush & Quayle 3 


927 


830 


1757 


Clinton & Gore 4 


797 


779 


1576 


Zalani & Munoz 5 


1 


1 


2 


Hagelin & Tompkins 6 


2 





2 


LaRouche, Jr. & Bevel 7 


3 





3 


Marrou & Lord 8 


9 


6 


15 


Perot & Stockdale 9 


466 


445 


911 


Philips & Knight, Jr. 10 


2 





2 


Brisben & Garson 








Dodge & Ormsby 








All Others* 




1 




Blanks 


157 


152 


309 


TOTAL 


2364 






*Disqualiried 3 








Incomplete Address 








REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 




Tenth District - Vote for One 








Gerry E. Studds 14 


1208 


1243 


2451 


Daniel W.Daly 15 


802 


596 


1398 


Michael P. Umina 16 


6 


20 


26 


John L. Bryan 1 7 


225 


225 


450 


Robert W. Knapp 18 


3 


2 


5 


All Others 








Blanks 


120 


127 




TOTAL 









08 



COUNCILLOR Precinct 1 Precinct 2 Total 

4th District - Vote for One 

Kenneth G. Fortini 21 1024 831 1855 

ChrisA. Iannella,JT.22 629 , 690 , 1319 

Thomas J. Corkery 23 76 87 163 

JohnJ.Horgan 24 163 181 344 

All Others 

Blanks 472 424 896 

Total 

SENATOR IN GENRAL COURT 

Norfolk & Plymouth District - Vote for One 

Robert L. Hedlund 27 1255 1069 2324 

Brian J. McDonald 28 876 943 1819 

All Others 

Blanks 233 201 434 

Total 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENRAL COURT 

Third Plymouth District - Vote for One 



Mary Jeanette Murray 32 1888 


1758 


3646 


All Others 2* 


2+= 


4 


Chaftis Langmaid* 






Ron Goodwin+= 






Blanks 476 


455 


931 


Total 






SHERIFF 






Norfolk County - Vote for One 






Clifford H. Marshall 37 952 


1075 


2027 


Paul F. Kelly 38 1004 


822 


1826 


All Others 






Blanks 408 


316 


724 


Total 







COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

Norfolk County - Vote for not more than Two 



Robert A. Frazier 40 


868 


727 


1595 


JohnGillis 41 


619 


713 


1332 


JamesG. Mullen, Jr. 42 


805 


655 


1460 


WilHam P. O'Donnell 43 


389 


497 


886 


James B. Geary 44 


70 


109 


179 


Paul R. Seamen 45 


70 


82 


152 


All Others 








Blanks 


1907 


1643 


3550 


Total 









109 



Precinct 1 
NORFOLK COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

First Norfolk - Vote for One 


Precinct 2 


Total 


James F.aarke, Jr. 
Blanks Total 


48 


1144 
1220 


1123 
1090 


o267 
2310 


All Others 
Chartis Langmaid* 




QUESTION 1 


1* 






Law Proposed By Initiative Petition 





Do you approve of a law summarized below, on which no vote was taken by 
the Senator or the House of Representatives before May 6, 1992. 

Summary 

This proposed law would establish a Health Protection Fund to pay for health 
programs relating to tobacco use, including distribution of information about to- 
bacco use, to be financed by a new excise tax on cigarettes and smokeless tobacco. 
The Health Protection Fund would be used, subject to appropriation by the state 
Legislature, to suppelment existing funding for the following purposes: school 
health education programs including information about the hazards of tobacco 
use, smoking prevention and smoking cessation programs in the workplace and 
community: tobacco-related public service advertising; drug education programs; 
support of prenatal and maternal care at community health centers which provide 
programs on smoking cessation and information on the harmful effects of 
smoking; and monitoring by the State Department of Public Health of illness and 
death associated with tobacco. 

The proposed law would establish a new excise tax of one and one-quarter 
cents per cigarette (twenty-five cents per pack of 20) and twenty-five percent of 
the wholesale price of smokeless tobacco. This excise would be in addition to the 
excise already imposed on cigarettes and smokeless tobacco. The new excise 
would be collected by the State Department of Revenue under the same pro- 
cedures that apply to the existint tobacco excise. 

The proposed law would direct the State Comptroller to report annually on 
the revenues and expenditures of the Health Protection Fund. The proposed law 
states that if any of its provisions were found invaHd, the other provisions would 
remain in effect. The proposed law would go into effect on January 1, 1993. 





Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


YES 


1499 


1319 


2818 


NO 


758 


817 


1575 


BLANKS 


107 


77 


184 


TOTAL 









no 



QUESTION 2 
Law Proposed by Initiative Petition 

Do you approve of a law summarized below, on which no vote was taken by 
the Senate or the House of Representatives before May 6, 1992. 

SUMMARY 

This proposed law would require certain banks, insurance companies and 
publicly-traded corporations to file annual reports with the Massachusetts Secre- 
tary of State listing information from their state tax returns, including profit, 
income, corporate income tax due, deductions, exemptions and credits. These 
reports would be made public. This provision would apply only to those banks, 
insurance companies and pubHcly-traded corporations required by federal and 
other Massachusetts laws to disclose information concerning their federal tax 
payments. 

The proposed law would also require the annual release by state officials of 
a detailed analysis of certain tax expenditures enacted or changed after January 
1, 1988. State law defines a tax expenditure as an exemption, exclusion, deduc- 
tion, or credit that results in less corporate, sales, or income tax revenue for the 
state. This analysis would be required only for tax expenditures with an annual 
revenue impact of $1,000,000 or more. The analysis would include information 
on the actual revenue loss, as well as the number and proportion of taxpayers or 
taxpaying entities benefiting from the tax expenditure, according to income, 
profit, receipts or sales. 





Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


YES 


1171 


1169 


2340 


NO 


922 


819 


1741 


BLANKS 


271 


225 


496 


TOTAL 









QUESTION 3 

Law Proposed By Initiative Petition 

Do you approve of a law summarized below, on which no vote was taken by 
the Senate or the House of Representatives before May 6, 1992. 

SUMMARY SUMMARY 

This proposed law would require all packaging used in Massachusetts on or 
after July 1, 1996 to be reduced in size, reusable, or made of materials that have 
been or could be recycled. The proposed law would provide for exemptions for 
health, safety, and other reasons and would estabhsh penalties for violations. 

Packaging would have to be either reduced in size by at least 25% every five 
years; or designed to be reusable at least five times, with at least 50% rate; or 
composed of 25% or more of recycled materials (increasing to 35% on July 1, 
1999 and 50% on July 1 , 2002); or composed of materials being recycled at an 
annual rate of 25% (increasing to 35% in 1999 and 507o in 2002). The require- 
ments would apply to any packaging or containers used to protect, store, handle, 
transport, display, or sell products 

III 



These requirements would not be applicable to tamper resistant or tamper- 
evident seals; packaging for medication or medical devices; packaging merely being 
shipped through the state; packaging required by federal or state health or safety 
laws or regulations; or flexible film packaging necessary to prevent food from 
spoiling. 

The State Department of Environmental Protection could also grant ex- 
emptions for packaging that represents an innovative approach for which addition- 
al time is needed to meet the requirements of the law; or packaging made of 
material that cannot be reused or recycled, and cannot be made of recycled mater- 
ial, but is being composted at a significant rate; or products for which there is 
no complying packaging and for which compliance with the law could impose 
undue hardship (other than increased cost) on Massachusetts residents. A person 
applying for an exemption would pay a fee to be used, subject to legislative ap- 
propriation, to pay the cost of administering the proposed law. ' 

The Department would be required to issue regulations to carry out the pro- 
posed law and would be required to investigate suspected violations. After issuing 
a warning, the Department could assess administrative penalties of up to $100 
for each offense and up to $10,000 for any single shipment or single continuing 
act of non-compliance. The State Attorney General could also file court actions 
for civil penalties of up to $500 for each offense and up to $25,000 for any single 
shipment or continuing act of non-compHance, and could seek a court order re- 
quiring compliance. Each noncomplying piece of packaging would be considered 
a separate offense or act of non-comphance. 

The proposed law states that if any of its provisions were declared invalid, the 
other provisions would remain in effect. 





Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


YES 


1190 


1036 


2026 


NO 


1090 


1079 


2169 


BLANKS 


84 


98 


182 


TOTAL 









QUESTION 4 

Law Proposed By Initiative Petition 

Do you approve of a law summarized below, on which no vote was taken by 
the Senate or the House of Representatives before May 6, 1992. 

SUMMARY 

This proposed law would impose an excise tax on oil, toxic chemicals, and 
other hazardous substances, and would direct that the money raised, along with 
the fees paid by hazardous waste transporters and specific revenues under other 
state laws, be deposited in the State Environmental Challenge Fund. Money in 
the Fund would be used, subject to legislative appropriation, to assess and clean 
up sites that have been or may be contaminated by oil or hazardous materials, 
and to carry out and enforce the excise. 

112 



As of July 1, 1993, the excise would apply to persons, businesses, and other 
entities possessing 50,000 pounds or more of oil and toxic chemicals covered by 
the proposed law. Toxic chemicals would be covered if classified as toxic by the 
federal Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) under federal law. As of 
July 1 , 1994, substances listed as hazardous by the EPA under federal law would 
also become subject to the excise. 

Until June 30, 1995, the excise would be two-tenths of one cent ($0,002) per 
pound. In later years, the state Commissioner of Revenue would set the excise 
rate at a level, not to exceed two-tenths of one cent per pound, sufficient to yield 
$35 million annually in 1995 dollars. 

The excise would not apply to gasoHne or other special engine fuelds, jet 
fuel taxed under other state law, numbers 1 or 2 fuel oil, kerosene, animal or 
vegetable oil, or waste oil classified as hazardous waste under other state law. Nor 
would the excise apply to oils, toxic chemicals, or hazardous substances merely 
being shipped through Massachusetts, or contained in a consumer product intend- 
ed for retail sale; or present in a mixture at a concentration of less than one per- 
cent; or present in hazardous waste being transported by a licensed hazardous 
waste transporter who had paid or will pay a transporter fee under state law; 
or for which the excise tax has already been paid under the proposed law and 
which have not been reprocessed or recycled since payment of the excise. 

The excise also would not apply to oils, toxic chemicals, or hazardous sus- 
stances that are possessed by individuals for personal, non-business purposes; or 
are contained in vehicles or vessels intended to be used for normal purposes; or are 
produced in Massachusetts as a by-product of pollution control equipment or the 
clean-up of hazardous materials and are handled in compliance with federal and 
state envirormiental laws. Finally, the excise would not apply to toxic chemicals 
or hazardous substances in a manufactured product the use of which requires a 
specific shape or design and which does not release toxic substances under normal 
use. 

Under the proposed law, the excise would ordinarily be collected from the 
first person or business within Massachusetts to come into possession of materials 
subject to the tax. If that person or business had not paid the excise, a later 
possessor could be required to pay the excise and could then recover a corres- 
ponding amount from the first possessor. The proposed law would provide credits 
for excised paid on materials that become ingredients in the manufacture of other 
materials subject to the tax, and it would provide credits for similar excises or 
taxes paid to other states. 





Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


YES 


1067 


958 


2025 


NO 


1125 


1096 


2221 


BLANKS 


172 


159 


331 


TOTAL 









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QUESTION 5 

Shall a charter study commission be created to study the present governmen- 
tal structure of Norfolk County, to consider and make finding concerning the 
form of government and make recommendations thereon? 

Precinct 1 Precinct 2 Total 

YES 879 835 1714 

NO 1010 954 1964 

BLANKS 475 424 899 

TOTAL 

A True Copy 

ATTEST: 

Marion L. Douglas 
Town Clerk 



114 



ELECTION OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 1992 

The following persons were elected to the Democratic and Republican Town 
Committee and may service as election officers. 



Democrats 

Gerry E. Studds 
Donna J. McGee 
Edwin H. Tebbetts 
Chartis B. Langmaid 
Frederick Koed 
Patricia A. Laugelle 
Marek L. Laas 
Margaret T. Charles 
Ronald Goodwin 
Carol A. Barrett 
Donna P. French 
James F. French 
Mary Murphy Goodwin 
Mary D. Richard 
Julie D. McNabb 
Charlotte Leland 
Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 
Kirk S. Giffm 
Marjorie B. Giffen 
Sharon L. Becker 
Patricia Arm Walsh 
Edward Lappen 
T. Gerard Keating 
Maria A. Plante 
Jean M. Salvador 
Mary K. Kisiel 
Joseph P. Mercurio 
William J. Flaherty 
Daniel J. Kearney 
John K. McNabb, Jr. 
Randel E. Nash 
David McM orris 
Rosanne McMorris 
Karen L. Corcoran 
John A. B. Langmaid 



Republicans 

Juliette D. Guild 
Ronald Murray Campbell 
Frederick W. Toppan 
Douglas R. Peck 
Margaret M. O'Donnell 
Patricia C. Buckley 
Judith P. Volungis 
Paula E. Logan 
George B. Watts 
Joseph W. Horak 
F. Roy Fitzsimmons 
Mark A. Baker 
Mary Jeanette Murray 
Edward F. Woods 
Peter S. Guild 
Nancy H. O'Toole 
Betty Lou Pearce 
David K. Lahive 
Martha K. Gjesteby 
Grace R. Tuckerman 
Barbara A. Meehan 
George L. Marlette 
Barbara L. Bowman 
Leonora C. Jenkins 
William M. Zildjian 
Lillian M. Murray 
Mary L. Varisco 
Christy P. Mihos 
William D. Weeks 
Samuel C. Pease 
Robert C. Jordan, Jr. 
Thomas E. Nash 
Nancy M. Donahue 
Richard T. Silvia 
L. Christine Bassett 



PROSPECTIVE JUROR LIST 

Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 234A, Section 15, the Pros- 
pective Jury List is available in the Town Clerk's Office with names of those 
residents who may be summoned for Juror Service. 

This information is available for public inspection during normal office 
hours. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Marion L. Douglas 
Town Clerk 



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VITAL STATISTICS 

Record of birth, marriage and death records in the Town of Cohasset for 
1992. 

BIRTHS 

The number of births recorded were 83 there were 39 males and 44 females. 

MARRIAGES 

The total of marriages for 1992 was 52 and 35 were soleminized in Cohasset 
during the current year. 

DEATHS 

The total number of deaths was 68 including residents of Cohasset who died 
elsewhere and non-residents who died in Cohasset. 



DATE NAME OF CHILD 

TAMf TADVr 


8 


Emily E. St. John 


9 


Matthew C. Burgess 


13 


Keegan R. Flynn 


21 


Katherine D. McNulty 


27 

F17P1 


Nicolas M. Elsmore 

UlTADV 


ruDJ 

2 


K.UAKY 

Lucy Elizabeth Noble 


2 


David M. Hernon 


6 


Eamonn Michael Carlisle 


18 


Thomas J. Pecca 


22 

MAR 


Sean W. Napier 


JYIAIS 

3 


Hillary M. Bryan 


4 


Cameron S. Borriello 


5 


Jennifer C. Magruder 


5 


James T. Strazzulla 


9 


Abigail E. Eldredge 


9 


Daniel R. Somerville 


9 


Abigail E. Eldredge 


10 


Angela G. Sestito 


24 


Alison M. Epstein 


27 


Toni L. Holland 


APRIL 


1 


Margaux E. Donze 


2 


Charlotte L. Malone 


3 


Graham M. Stevenson 


4 


John Patrick Plante 


4 


Olivia S. Sullivan 


10 


Shane P. Cummings 



BIRTHS FOR THE YEAR 1992 

PARENTS (MOTHERS MAIDEN NAME) 



Wallace & Nancy St. John (Ewe Is) 
Charles & Eileen Burgess (Whalen) 
Richard & Andrea Flynn (Buckley) 
Thomas & Maureen McNulty (Dillon) 
David & Eleanora Elsmore (Werlich) 

Howard & Stephanie Noble (Bowler) 
Martin & Susan Hernon (Skinner) 
Michael & Ellen (Carlisle) 
Michael & Joanne Pecca (Kremp) 
Terrence Napier & Suzanne (AuBuchon) 

Stephen & Katherine Bryan (Seder) 
Steven & Laurie Borriello (Harris) 
John & Susan Magruder (Hull) 
Domenic & Sandra Strazzulla (Murray) 
Nathaniel & Lauren Eldredge (Swindler) 
Douglas & Marguerite Somerville (Cronin) 
Nathaniel & Lauren Eldredge (Swindler) 
Carl & Patricia Sestito (Messner) 
Mark & Patricia Epstein (Durkin) 
Theodore & Bonnie Holland (Stover) 

Jeffrey & Michelle Donze (Kane) 
Dale & Emily Malone (Rowland) 
Josiah & Lisa Marder (Marder) 
Patrick & Mary Plante (Frugoli) 
Michael & Mary Sullivan (Shoffner) 
Paul & Lori Cummings (Stover) 



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DATE NAME OF CHILD 

APRIL (cont.) 
15 Kevin F. O'Connell 

15 Morgan B. Hoholik 

16 Cameron A. Washak 
19 Samantha L. Crough 

19 Christine M. Lemaire 

23 Geoffrey L. Evans 

24 Jennifer E. Curley 

28 Sean P. Aheme 

29 Victoria A. Lehr 
MAY 

2 Mary M. Dipensa 

10 Cameron M, Sprague 

22 Peter T. Callahan 

26 Kathryn M. HlUman 

28 Matthew H. Steffens 

29 Timothy James Farrell, Jr. 
JUNE 

1 Brendan R. Doonan 
8 Abigail J. Faulkner 

17 Thomas Avery Barrett 
22 Tyler E. Judge 

25 Meghan E. Baynes 
28 Katherine B. Baker 

30 Morgan M. Brown 
30 Joseph D. Rosano 

JULY 

7 Jack H. Murphy 
16 Melia C.Lamb 
16 Terence M. Dutkin 

18 Jake E. Wheelwright 
24 Mackenzie Ayers Hart 

22 EricA. Studley 
AUGUST 

2 Brendan D. Horigan 
5 Sean P. Naughton 

7 Dominique R. Rioux 

23 Erin E. Fontaine 
SEPTEMBER 

2 Colby C. Smalzel 
18 Katherine M. McCue 

20 Samuel J. Leahy 

26 Danielle L. Sears 
OCTOBER 

2 Kaci M. Kucinski 
14 Andrea J. MasciareUi 

21 Paige P. Desisto 

24 EhseA. Cole 

26 Emily K. Condos 



PARENTS (MOTHERS MAIDEN NAME) 

Liam& Bemadette O'Connell - (Fleming) 
John & Audrey Hololik (St. Germain) 
Eric & Tracilee Washak (Arnold) 
Kevin & Sandra Crough (Dalrymple) 
Thomas & Leslie Lemaire (Klier) 
Lawrence & Darilynn Evans (O.Neill) 
James & Lillian Curley (Murray) 
Lawrence & Karen Aheme (Murray) 
PhiHp & Jo Anne Leber (Wido) 

Charles & Susan Dipensa (Glancy) 
Melvin & Rechelle Sprague (Townsend) 
Thomas & Alison Callahan (Brooks) 
Robert & Margaret Hillman (Meeser) 
Walter & Madeline Steffens (Moose) 
Timothy & Carolyn Farrell (Cesario) 

Robert & Karin Doonan (Bolcosh) 
PhiUp & Bernadette Faulker (Foley) 
Thomas & Elinore Barrett (Kelley) 
Thomas & Thelma Judge (Holland) 
Steven & Wendi Baynes (Scapptura) 
Mark & EHzabeth Baker (Brennan) 
James & Melinda Brown (Miller) 
Joseph & Joy Rosano (Cartolano) 

David & Sarah Murphy (Abbruzzese) 

Thomas & Erika Lamb (Prufer) 

Joseph & Lynn Durkin (O'Toole) 

Dustin & JacqueUne 'Wheelwright (DeUsle) 

Seth & Eileen Hart (Smith) 

Ernest & Sharyn Studley (Level) 

Thomas & Kathleen Horigan (Cotter) 
John & EHzabeth Naughton (Prater) 
David & Cassandra Rioux (Roshko) 
Edward & Patricia Fontaine (Bowen) 

Curtis & Candance Smalzel (Ford) 
PhUip & Margaret McCue (Cahill) 
Daniel & Patricia Leahy (Cohn) 
Richard & Cathy Sears (Chambers) 

Henry & Nancy Kucinski (Babine) 
Arthur & Carol MasciareUi (Sanviti) 
Todd & Laura Desisto (Noone) 
Wilham & Marianne Cole (Hebner) 
George & Laurie Condos (Schremser) 



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DATE NAME OF CHILD 

OCTOBER (cont.) 

30 Angelica L. Pizzi 

27 Jeffrey J. Cavanro 
NOVEMBER 

3 Alexander James Harper 

3 Hannah L. Burgess 
11 Thomas J. Flibotte 
18 Brian S.D. McQueen 

23 Emma T. Musto 

24 John R. Carrier 

28 WilUam Anthony Rooney,Jr. 

29 Alex Thomas Nugent 
DECEMBER 

3 Olivia L. Adkins 
3 Caroline W. Collins 
20 N2:talie Grace Dignam 



PARENTS (MOTHERS MAIDEN NAME) 

Robert & Janet Pizzi (Schoof) 
William & Cynthia Cavanaro (James) 

Hoyt & Beth Harper (Eggenberger) 
Robert & Linda Burgess (Lamont) 
Mark & Lucia Fibotte (Fabrizio) 
John & Karen Dailey (Daily) 
Paul & Ann Musto (Fougere) 
Stephen & Mary Beth Carrier (McMahon) 
William & Amy Rooney (Cifrino) 
John & Deborah Nugent (Nassetta) 

Don & Joanne Adkins (Engels) 
Tucker & Mary ColHns (Whitley) 
James & Marybeth Dignam (Niven) 



BIRTHS NOT PREVIOUSLY RECORDED 
1991 



DATE NAME OF CHILD 

OCTOBER 

2 Abigail I. Perkinson 

10 Jordan E. Berry 
NOVEMBER 

6 Jackson C. Dean 

22 Lauren S. Blaze 

27 Hannah E. Zabel 

28 Terrence R. MacCormack 
28 Cameron K. Lucitt 

DECEMBER 

5 Barbara B. Murray 

5 Andrew T. Littauer 

14 MeHssa E. Campedelli 

17 Emily B.Bertovich 

19 Sophia P. Bertolami 

27 Kristina S. D'Antonio 

27 Cory E.Barrow 



PARENTS (MOTHERS MAIDEN NAME) 

Richard Perkinson & Diane Erlandson- 

Perkinson (Erlandson) 
Ralph & Melinda Berry (Freda) 

John & Christina Dean (Cline) 
WiUiam Blaze & Nancy Volinn-Blaze (Volinn) 
Jeffrey & Gillian Zabel (McTaggart) 
Stephen & Karen MacCormack (Smith) 
Stephen & Ann Lucitt (Doucette) 

Francis & Barbara Murray (Howes) 
Thomas & Theresa Littauer (Springer) 
Dominic & Diane Campedelli (Musetti) 
Gregory & Ellen Bertovich (Barr) 
John & Margaret Bertolami (Phalen) 
Ralph & Maria D'Antonio (Puno) 
Joseph & Sheila Barrow (Poston) 



AFFIDAVIT AND CORRECTION 

DECEMBER 1929 

8 WilUam S. SignoreUi Salvatore & Anne Signorelli (Montisano) 



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MARRIAGES FOR THE YEAR 1992 

January 8 at Cohasset, Paul V. Henihan of Cohasset and Dorothy A. Muldoon 
of Cohasset, married by Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace. 

January 25 at Cohasset, William J. Chisholm of Cohasset and Virginia L. Sardano 
of Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

February 1 at Cohasset, Dustin E. Wheelwright of Cohasset and Jacqueline J. 
Delisle of Cohasset, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

February 28 at Littleton, George J. Saef of Cohasset and Anne Harris Hack of 
Worcester, married by Thomas F. Hajdasz, Minister of the Gospel. 

March 2 at Cohasset, Victor A. Reyer of Cohasset and Linda Stearns Halloran of 
Cohasset, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Rector. 

March 21 at Cohasset, William J. Cox of Saugus and Penelope J. Pat on of 
Cohasset, married by Brian F. McMahon, Priest. 

April 11 at Scituate, Anthony John Gentile, Jr. of Cohasset and Barbara Marie 
Coyne of Cohasset, married by Charles E. Salamone, Priest. 

April 11 at Cohasset, Paul W. Grande of Cohasset and Lucia G. Bonanno of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

April 25 at Cohasset, Paul Carmen Laudani of Cohasset and Jennifer Ann Carroll 
of Cohasset married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

April 25 at Cohasset, Charles R. Wall of Hull and Laurie A. Kennedy of Hull, 
married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

May 2 at Methuen, Brian Edward Costello of Cohasset and Deneen Y. Bourassa 
of Cohasset, married by Andre Gosselin, s.m., Priest. 

May 16 at Cohasset, Mark J. Powers of Foxboro and Ann Marie McCarthy of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 24 at Cohasset, Mark Underbill Brodie of S. Weymouth andMargot Jo 
Bronson of S. Weymouth, married by Benjamin Z. Rudavsky, Rabbi. 

May 29 at Cohasset, Brian William Murphy of Cohasset and Julie Ann Hoge of 
Cohasset, married by Joan M. C. Cellini, Justice of the Peace. 

May 31 at Cohasset, Philip Acquinas Smith of Cohasset and Agnes Ellen Roche 
of Braintree married by Mark Smith, Priest. 

June 4 at Cohasset, John W. Nash of Cohasset and Kelly Anne Condon of 
Cohasset, married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

June 13 at Hull, David Edward Elsmore of Cohasset and Eleanora O'Donnell 
Werlich of Cohasset, married by Larry P. Showalter, Minister of the Gospel. 

June 3 at Cohasset, Daniel H. McGovern Jr. of Cohasset and Bridget M. Farren 
of Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 13 at Cohasset, Joseph Mark Ranney of Plymouth and Celeste Marie Eyster 
of Plymouth, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Rector. 

June 20 at Cohasset, Keith Randall Brion of Stamford, Ct. and Sara Jones 
Seddonof Stamford, Ct. married by Kenneth H. Read-Brown, Clergy. 

June 20 at Scituate, James Joseph Rodrigues of Silver Spring, Md. and Lynne 
Marie Hackenburg of Silver Spring, Md. married by Eugene P. McNamara, Priest. 

June 20 at Edgartown, Michael Edward Gorman of Cohasset and Brenda Jean 
Cox of Cohasset, married by John S. Alley, Justice of the Peace. 

June 20 at Scituate, Kurt H. Sonderegger of Venice, Ca. and Georgia Veronica 
Flanagan of Venice, Ca., married by Gary Ritts, UCC Minister. 

June 20 at Hingham, Douglas Walker Ross of Cohasset and Doreen Marie 
Sheehan of Cohasset, married by Robert Bruce Edson, Episcopal Priest. 

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June 21 at Humarock, Steven Lewis Grable of Marshfield and Priscilla Theresa 
Oliphant of Cohasset, married by John F. Capoli, Priest. 

June 27 at Cohasset, John F. Milbum of Falmouth and Heather R. A. Correa 
of Falmouth, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Rector. 

July 18 at No. Easton, Geoffrey Thayer O'Brien of Quincy and Kevan Kimberly 
Sano of Quincy, married by John J. Mahoney , Jr., Priest. 

July 19 at Cohasset, Edward D. McCarthy of Scituate and Arme T. Sargent of 
Scituate, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Rector. 

August 1 at Cohasset, Kevin Harry Lessard of Cohasset and Pamela Ott Weisen- 
fluh of Cohasset, married by Gary A. Ritts, UCC Minister. 

August 8 at Cohasset, James Gerard Foley of Scituate and Hannah Deford 
Chapin of Cohasset married by Nicholas J. Morcone, Priest. 

August 8 at Marshfield, Fernand R. Caron of Pembroke and Nancy B. Gardner 
of Cohasset, married by Peter Zion, Minister. 

August 15 at Hingham., F. Noel Collins of Marshfield and Ellen Agnes O'Connor 
of Marshfield, married by Robert Bruce Edson, Episcopal, Priest. 

August 22 at Cohasset, Rosario Caltabiano of Hudson and Patricia M. Hanlon 
of Scituate, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

August 22 at Cohasset, Paul James Cifrino of Cohasset and Judith Chandler 
Chute of Cohasset. married by Stephen S. J. Hall, Clergyman. 

August 22 at Cohasset, John J. Levangie of Sandwich and Susan E. Lyons of 
Cohasset, married by Eugene P. McNamara, Priest. 

August 29 at Cohasset, James Robert Fenton of N. Laudersale, FL and Suzanne 
Carol Miczek of N. Lauderdale, FL, married by Kenneth H. Read-Brown, Clergy. 

August 29 at Cohasset, John Thomas Walsh III of Marshfield and Gayle Eliza- 
beth Seavey of Cohasset, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Rector. 

September 5 at Cohasset, Charles Andrew McAleer of Royal Oak, Mi., and Mary 
Phyllis Shook of Royal Oak, Mi., married by E. Chfford Cutler, Rector. 

September 6 at Cohasset, John A. Shooshan of Scituate and Despina S. Maheras 
of Scituate, married by John G. Maheras, Priest. 

September 12 at Scituate, Mark Daniel Brown of Cronton-On -Hudson, N.Y., and 
Denise Marie Sullivan of Cohasset, married by Donald L. AUen, Priest. 

September 12 at Hingham, Robert M. Nardo of Cohasset and Renee C. Lesieur 
of Cohasset, married by William T. Kelly, Priest. 

September 12 at Hanover, Michael David Keaveney of Cohasset and Nina Valleja 
Garcia of Cohasset, married by Henry F. Doherty, Priest. 

September 12 at Cohasset, Ian Hanson MacLean of Boulder, Co. and Tracy 
Anne Ciciotte of Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 13 at Cohasset, Trevor LeonYoung of Philadelphia, Pa. and Susan 
Helen Riley of Cohasset, married by Thomas J. Naughton, Priest. 

September 19 at Cohasset, Troy W. Dobson of Kingston and Diane Elizabeth 
Noonan of Kingston, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 26 at Cohasset, Peter V. Vitello of We^'mouth and Jacqueline M. 
Goyette of Cohasset, married by Jospeh V. Vitello, Permanent Deacon. 

October 3 at Cohasset, Paul R. Buckley, Jr. of Weymouth and Elizabeth Anne 
Calvi of Hingham, married by Richard J. Smith, Priest. 

October 23 at Cohasset, Thomas Edward Tower of Rockland and Kerri L. 
Rhodes of Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

October 25 at Cohasset, Robert M. Kierce of Cohasset and June M. Rau of 
Milton, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

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November 20 at Cohassat, Brett William Cogill of Cohasset and Monique Ann 
Cody of Quincy, married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

November 28 at Cohasset, Steven John Kabachus of Quincy and Jennifer Ann 
Hannon of Quincy, married by Nicholas J. Morcone, Priest. 

December 27 at Cohasset, Michael Joseph Barry of Cohasset, and Irene Marie 
Volpe of Cohasset, married by Diane C. SuUivan, Justice of the Peace. 

MARRIAGES NOT PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 

December 29, 1990 at Cohasset, Charles F. Hickey of Weymouth, and Sarah C. 
Trask of Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 





DEATHS FOR THE YEAR 1992 


DATE 


NAME 


JANUARY 




4 


Bertha Louise Cooke 


12 


Kathleen Seibel 


12 


James Paul Talarico, Sr. 


19 


Richard Cohen 


19 


Grace Lamb Morton 


22 


Dora Rosati 


24 


Marguerite Christy Goedecke 


30 


Kenneth Earle Bell 


FEBRUARY 




1 


LiUian L. Pierce 


3 


Marion R. Sullivan 


10 


Anna T. Gilligan 


11 


Anna Beatrice Trudeau 


20 


Virginia K. Pomarico 


23 


Winifred M. Rizzo 


24 


Kathleen M. Forry 


MARCH 




1 


Joseph A. Silvia 


28 


Loretta Myrtle DeLorey 


APRIL 




4 


Fred B. Fitch 


8 


Francis X. Donovan 


10 


Edna S. Fee 


19 


Harriet R. Long 


23 


Helen Kenney 


MAY 




6 


Paula Feitleberg Blum 


7 


Mary A. Fiori 


9 


Marcus Morehead 


16 


Robert Clinton 


20 


Dorothy Luckett 



AGE 

78 
85 
76 
64 
92 
93 
89 
84 

78 
81 
98 
91 
72 
80 
85 

81 

71 

87 
72 
93 
97 
98 

86 
67 
59 
86 
83 



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DATE 



NAME 



AGE 



JUNE 




1 


Marie E. Marsden 


7 


Alice M. Sokolowski 


14 


Hazel M. Schramn 


18 


Elena E. Sestito 


19 


Thomas J. Downes 


19 


Katherine V. Steward 


20 


Hope S. Warren 


21 


Lillian P. Capello 


25 


Oscar C. Johnson 


26 


Edward Lucki 


26 


Mary L. Walsh 


30 


Theresa Guyette 


30 


Edith Louise Chase 


JULY 




8 


Clare L Make 


14 


Edmund Witzke 


16 


Katherine F. Migliaccio 


17 


James W. Rosano 


17 


Joseph A. Flynn 


28 


David Chittim 


AUGUST 




1 


Charles V. Donovan 


1 


Beatrice Heavem 


21 


William T. Barnes, Jr. 


24 


Mabel Lucille Shaeffer 


26 


John E. O'Brien 


29 


Harold Nevans Laming 


SEPTEMBER 




11 


Phillip D. Tumey 


16 


Paul A. Desmond 


22 


Frances G. Colby 


26 


Priscilla E. Thompson 


26 


Theresa L. WiUiams 


28 


Rebecca B. Cohen 


OCTOBER 




1 


Esther C. Marsh 


5 


Georgia Toumpouras 


8 


Earle A. Goodrich 


18 


Eugenia M. Healy 


19 


Mark A. Donovan 


21 


Mildred Mottola 


29 


Josephine J. Cantwell 


NOVEMBER 




' 1 


Kathleen Gunville 


19 


Catherine G. Donohue 


30 


Sharon M. Smart 



71 
75 
85 
70 
76 
86 
92 
83 
87 
37 
71 
83 
95 

45 
82 
85 
72 
63 
72 

79 
97 
70 
70 

57 
72 

83 
62 
75 
89 
82 
81 

72 
79 
75 
86 
53 
90 
97 

56 
89 
52 



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DECEMBER 




16 


Jeanne N. Armin 


18 


Harriet V. Tighe 


20 


Albert Hoyler 



68 
94 
82 



TOWN ARCHIVIST 

During 1992 the listing of record books in the Town's archive vault was 
completed. This inventory continues to be updated as additional record books 
are placed in the climate-controlled vault. Built as part of the recent Town HaU 
addition, Cohasset's pubUc records vault is the repository for permanent public 
records generated by the various offices located at Town Hall, as well as Town 
Boards and Committees whose records are determined by the Commonwealth 
go be permanent in nature. Currently there are two of the specially constructed 
vault units at Town Hall; one on the first floor serving the Town Clerk's office, 
and one having two sections in the cellar, serving the remainder of the offices 
in the building. Additionally, the cellar vault holds the Town's historical public 
records, now segregated from the working records by placement in locking steel 
cabinets. 

Additional permanent public records are placed in the vault upon the request 
of the offices or boards generating the records, and are organized and shelved by 
provenance. Thus, additional permanent records are added each year from the 
offices served by the vault. Although shelf and storage space remains adequate 
for the present, it is possible to envision a time in the future when present vaults 
will be unable to hold additional material, and expansion of the Town's public 
records vault facility will be necessary. Proper storage of the Town's permanent 
public records is required under Chapter 66 of the General Laws of Massachusetts 
(the 'Tublic Records Law") and Cohasset should plan to continue its present 
conformity with that law. 

Respectfully submitted, 

David H. Wadsworth 
Town Archivist 



BYLAW COMMITTEE 

The Bylaw Committee has reviewed those articles proposed for each Town 
Meeting which involve changes in or additions to the Town Bylaws to assure 
that they are in conformity with existent Bylaws in style and proper placement 
in the text. The Committee has also reviewed such articles passed by Town 
Meeting and accepted by the Attorney General and has directed that these 
changes be incorporated in copies of the Bylaws in the office of the Town Clerk. 

Considerable time has also been spent in assuring accuracy in the Bylaws as 
their text hast been transferred from the software of one computer system to that 
of another. 



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Respectfully submitted, 

Mary E. Gainor, Chairman 

W. Roger Nast 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

Richard A. Henderson, Town Counsel 

(ex officio) 
Marion L. Douglas, Town Clerk 

(ex officio) 

INSURANCE COMMITTEE 

1992 continued the overall trends which have been in place for the past 
several years. Health insurance costs continue to escalate in excess of 15% per year 
while the Property/Casualty portion of the program continues to drop. We as a 
Town have made progress in analyzing our exposure to loss and reducing that as 
much as possible. This, coupled with less expensive insurance and greater options, 
puts the Town in a more secure position. While insurance is only part of the equa- 
tion, it is becoming more economical. We as a Town are also helping ourselves by 
being concerned with loss and doing much to prevent that with appropriate 
actions. 

The health side of our oversight continues to be in the hands of someone 
other than ourselves. Bay State Health provides the employee health plan. It was 
rescued by Blue Cross-Blue Shield due to the most attractive feature of it to the 
Town and employees, its low cost. Clearly, we learned why it was so inexpensive. 
As a result of prior year underfunding the Town experienced a 16% rate increase 
in July of 1992 and can expect a further increase of between 20-30% in July of 
1993. To date we have not been able to find an alternative acceptable to most 
Town employees. 

The Town of Cohasset Employee Coalition Bargaining Group continues to 
meet and explore possibilities. A recent lack of interest by some participants may 
make progress impossible. They are content to let things exist as they are, but wiU 
surely yell and scream when rates dramatically increase. Only a dedicated effort to 
effect long-term change at the expense of short-term benefits/costs can allow the 
Town to control its own destiny. We will continue to push this along in hopes that 
progress can be made. 

This year we assisted in putting together a bid process for the Town's pro- 
perty casualty program. This yielded excellent results with a superior bid from 
Richardson Insurance with Great American Insurance Company. Costs were re- 
duced by over 15% and the breadth of the program improved. We also expect 
that a solid working relationship has been forged with our agent which will re- 
sult in ease of administration. As is our practice, we plan on continuing with the 
existing broker for the next three years, barring major difficulties or failures. 

The Committee is always available to discuss any points of interest with 

interested parties. ' Respectfully submitted, 

Samuel W. Wakeman, Chairman 

Robert C. Ernst 

Robert J. Murphy 
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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The Personnel Committee completed negotiations with both the Police 
Department Union and the Cohasset Library Association Union in 1992. Con- 
tracts were signed stipulating pay increases of 0% for FY91, 2% for FY92, 3^/i% 
for FY93 and 3^% for FY94. 

The Fire Department Union contract remains in factfinding as of December 
31,1992. 

Negotiations with the Konohasset Clerical and Custodial Association con- 
tinued throughout the year. 

A meeting was held with all Town managers and supervisors to review good 
persoimel practices, performance evaluations and the Town persormel By-Laws. 

New members of the Persormel Committee include John Seavey and Keith 
Kreycik. 

Plans for 1993 include a review of all of the Personnel By-Laws with recom- 
mendations for changes to be made at Town Meeting in the fall of 1993. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Barbara J. Moore, Co-Chairman 
Peter D. Pacetti, Co-Chairman 
Joan S. Brown (resigned 2/14/92) 
Marek L. Laas 
Frederick J. Stobart (resigned 

3/19/92) 
Keith D. Kreycik 
John M. Seavey 



BOARD OF REGISTRARS 

In October George L. Marlette resigned as Chairman of the Board of Regis- 
trars to accept the position of Temporary Town Moderator. We would like to 
thank George for all his hard work and dedication over the years and we will 
miss him on the Board. Margaret Charles was reappointed to the Board for three 
years and was nominated Chairman. Dorothea Parmenter was appointed to fill 
George's unexpired term until April 1, 1993. The following elections and town 
meetings were held: 

Presidential Prmiary, March 10, 1992 

Annual & Special Town Meeting, April 4, 1992 

Town Election, April 11, 1992 

Special Town Election, May 16, 1992 

Continuation of Town Meeting & Special Town Meeting, June 1, 1992 

State Primary, September 15, 1992 

State Election, November 3, 1992 

Special Town Meeting, November 16, 1992 

The Annual Listing of Persons seventeen years of age and older as per General 
Laws, Chapter 51, Section 4 was conducted by mail during January. Voter regis- 

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tration may be done at the Town Hall any day during regular business hours as 
well as special hours designated for elections and town meetings. To register to 
vote you must be eighteen years of age on or before election day, born in the 
United States or be a naturaUzed citizen. At this time we have a total of 5,298 
voters - 1149 Democrats, 1126 Republicans, 3018 UnenroUed and 5 Independent 
Voters Party. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Margaret Charles, Chairman 
Marion Douglas, Clerk 
Judith Volungis 
Dorothea Parmenter 



COMMITTEE TO SURVEY THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS 
OF TOWN GOVERNMENT 

The purpose of this Committee is to survey the structure and function of 
Cohasset town govenrment, its officers, departments and boards, and from time 
to time, report its findings and recommendations, if any, to Town Meeting. To 
this end the Committee held meetings on a regular basis this past year. We have 
also met individually and collectively, with members of other committees, town 
officials, and interested citizens. 

At the 1992 Annual Town Meeting two Committee sponsored articles were 
adopted. One established a Committee to investigate the organization of pubHc 
safety services in the Town. The other established a committee to investigate 
school regionalization. The Committee remains concerned that Department of 
Revenue data continues to project an increased gap between town revenues and 
expenditures, and will continue to explore both regionalization possibilities 
and structural changes which promote economies without reducing services to a 
level unacceptable to the Town. 

In the course of the year the Chairman and Secretary were reelected, and Jack 
Bryant was elected Vice Chairman. 

Respectfully submitted, 

F. Roy Fitzsimmons, Chairman 
Jack D. Bryant, Vice Chairman 
Wilson H. Pile, Secretary 
Jean M. Muir 
Dennis L. Roth 
James L. Whelan 



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FINANCIAL REPORTS 



TOWN ACCOUNTANT 

To the Board of Selectmen and Citizens of Cohasset: 

Submitted herewith is my annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1992. This report includes the following: 

GENERAL FUND 

1 . Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 

3 . Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

4. State and County Assessments 

5. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
Actual vs. Budget 

SPECIAL REVENUE FUND 

1 . Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
Special Revenue Funds 

3. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
Highway Improvements 

WATER FUND 

1 . Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Retained Earnings 

3 . Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND 

1 . Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 

3 . Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

TRUST FUNDS 

Combined Statement of Changes in Fund Balances 

GENERAL LONG-TERM DEBT GROUP OF ACCOUNTS 

Statement of General Long-Term Debt 
Statement of Water Fund Long-Term Debt 

Funds for the following unpaid bills for fiscal year 1992 were appropriated at 
the Special Town Meeting, November 16, 1992: 



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Goodwin, Procter & Hoar 




$6,005.35 


Goodwin, Procter & Hoar 




17,138.90 


Maintech, Inc. 




49.00 


Staples 




24.55 


Airco Retail Operations 




34.11 


N.E. Telephone 




58.02 


Mitco-McCue Printing 




181.00 


EAC Operations 




228.93 


Nelson Copy Supply 




29.94 


Cohasset Hardware 




105.32 
$23,855.12 




Respectfully submitted, 






J. Michael Buckley 






Town Accountant 





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TOWN OF COHASSET 

General Fund 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1992 



Property Taxes: 
Real Estate 
Property Taxes 
Tax Liens Redeemed 
Tax Foreclosures 

Fines: 

District Court 
Parking Fines 

Licenses and permits: 
Selectmen: 

Alcoholic beverages 

Facilities permits 

All other 
Town Clerk: Gasoline storage 

Dog Licenses 
Police-Licenses and permits 
Building Department: 

Gas 

Plumbing 

Building permits 

Certificates of inspection 
Wire Department-Permits 
Harbor Department 

Grants from State: 
Schools: 

Chapter 70 Aid 

School Related Transportation 
Ch71A 

Construction of School Projects 
Ch645 

Tuition State Wards 
Highway Fund 

Lottery, Beano, Charity Games 
Addt'l Asst. General Fund Approp 

to Local Aid Fund 
Veterans' Benefits 
Reimbursement for loss of taxes: 

Veterans, Blind and elderly 

Total General Revenue 



$9,325,518.60 

89,835.85 

146,422.21 

0.00 


$9,561,776.66 


13,115.00 
15,620.00 


28,735.00 


17,855.00 

16,633.00 

11,888.65 

0.00 

8,276.00 

1,044.00 




1,502.00 
5,305.00 

27,528.00 
1,265.00 
3,566.00 

34,015.00 


128,877.65 


361,084.00 




59,094.00 




66,760.00 

0.00 

63,068.58 

185,537.00 




209,013.00 
2,026.37 




13,628.00 


960,210.95 




$10,679,600.26 



Commercial Revenue: 

Special Assessments-Sewer: 
Fiscal 1992 
Prior Years 
Paid in Advance 



1,257.51 
134.07 
42.78 1,434.36 



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Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: 
1989 and prior 
1990 
1991 
1992 



2,487.49 
32,350.17 
189,309.43 
335,126.05 559,273.14 



Boat Excise Taxes 
Hotel/Motel Excise 



9,860.99 
0.00 



Total Commercial Revenue 



$570,568.49 



Departmental Revenue: 
Planning Board: 
Topographical Maps 
Filing Fees 
Miscellaneous 



25.00 
1,425.00 
765.00 



2,215.00 



Zoning Board of Appeals - 

Fees 
Conservation Commission: 



Filing 



3,683.00 



Filing Fees 


979.00 




Miscellaneous 


433.75 


1,412.75 


Selectmen-Miscellaneous 






Treasurer-Collector : 






Fees for Services 


24,524.80 




Miscellaneous 


331.57 


24,856.37 


Town Clerk: 






Fees for Services 


611.50 




Miscellaneous 


6,732.45 


7,343.95 


PoUce: 






Miscellaneous 


1,124.50 




Surcharge for Off-Duty Details 


6,41 2.07 


7,536.57 


Fire: 






Ambulance Services 


14,702.07 




Inspections and Miscellaneous 


4,754.80 


19,456.87 


Building Inspector - Miscellaneous 




179.70 


Sealer of Weights and Measures - Fees 




601.50 


Dog Officer - Fees 




0.00 


Board of Health: 






R.T.F. Stickers 


122,111.50 




Disposal Area Fees 


15,871.30 




Sumping Fees from Private Landfill 


79,855.76 




Recychng Income 


955.68 




All Other 


17,995.75 


236,789.99 


Sewer Use Charges 




52,922.48 


Sewer Liens 




7,558.10 


Harbor-Application Fees and Misc. 




6,474.00 


Schools: 






Tuition 


5,178.00 




Miscellaneous 


2,213.66 


7,391.66 


Library Fines and Forfeits 




4,848.31 


Recreation Program Fees 




42,342.10 


Cemeteries-Burials 




8,025.00 


Total Department Revenue 




$434,675.36 



134 



Unclassified Revenue: 



Rents 

Use of Town Hall 

Storm Damage Reimbursement 

Miscellaneous Receipts 


5,701.00 

140.00 

59,295.73 

54,027.93 


119,164.66 




erest: 

Deposits and Investments 
Property Taxes 
Motor Vehicle Excise 


75,672.90 

85,246.31 

3,600.47 


164,519.68 


283,684.34 


Total Revenue 






$11,968,528.45 


is: 

Current Year Expenditures 

Prior Year Expenditures 


11,747,243.90 
56,854.62 




11,804,098.52 



Excess of Revenues over Expenditures 

Other Financing Sources: 
Transfers from Trust Funds 
Transfers from Special Revenue 
Transfers from Waterways I mprovement 

Fund 
Transfer from Pension Trust Fund 



164,429.93 



76,042.32 
64,538.19 

2,500.00 
70,000.00 



Total Other Financing Sources 

Other Financing Uses: 

State and County Assessments 
Expendituren^from Trust Funds 
Transfer to Water Fund 



387,897.88 

44,046.22 

600.00 



213,080.51 



Total Other Financing Uses 

Excess of Revenues & Other Sources over Expenditures & Other Uses 

Uiueserved Fund Balance July 1, 1991 
Add: Prior Year Encumbrances ' 

closed 173,506.90 

Prior Year Reserve for 
Expend, closed 180,914.10 

Renerve for Overlay Deficit 34,560.77 388,981.77 



( 428,544.10) 

( $51,033.66) 

643,249.71 



Less: Overestimates of State 
& County Assessments 
Current Year 1,451.12 

Overestimates of State 
& County Assessments 
Prior Year 3,143,00 

Reserve for Encumbrances 244,836.58 
Reserv e for Prior 
Overlay Deficit 2,876.25 

Unreserved Fund Balance June 30, 1992 



( 252306.95) 



136,674.82 

$ 728,890.87 



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oo V.O t-ci oa oo vjo oo o> c>a oo 

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Town of Cohasset 

Special Revenue-Highway Iiproveaents 

Statenent of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance 

For the Fiscal. Year Ended June 30, 1992 



Revenue: 
State Grants: 
Interest on Deposits 917.04 



State Grants: 
Chapter 90 45,149, 



$917.04 



Proceeds-Sale of Tenporary Loans 


102,533.00 


45,149.00 




95,049.06 
46,405.00 


102,533.00 


Total Revenue 

Expenditures: 
Resurfacing Streets 
Paynent of Notes 


$148,599.04 


Total Expenditures 


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141,454.06 


Excess of revenues over expenditures 
Fund Balance July 1, 1991 


7,144.98 
4,602.17 


Fund Balance June 30, 1992 


$11,747.15 



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Town of Cohasset 

Water Fund 

Stateaent of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes 

in Retained Earnings 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1992 



Revenue r 



User Charges 
Water Liens 

Hydrants-Town of Cohasset 
Miscellaneous 
Transfer froB General Fund 


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73,299.80 

97,125.00 

14,503.63 

600.00 




Total Revenue 

Expenditures 
Encuibrances 
Transfer to General Fund 


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3,403.34 

0.00 


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Total Expenditures & Bncuabrances 




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Excess of revenues over expenditures 
Retained Earnings July 1, 1991 
Add: Prior year Encuibrances closed 


($116,767.83) 
87,536.07 
14,343.09 


Retained Earnings June 30, 1992 


($14,888.67) 



'Cash Basis 



157 



Town of Cohasset 
Capital Projects Fund 
Stateient of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1992 



Revenue: 
Other Financing Sources: 
Proceeds froa sale of Bonds 115,000.00 
Proceeds froi sale of 

teaporary loans 0.00 

Transfer fros General Fund 0.00 



Expenditures: 




Classrooi Repairs 


0.00 


Repair of School Science Labs 


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School Repairs 


111,976.93 


Sewer Project 


2,045.66 


Transfer Station 


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Police/Fire Renovation 


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Osgood School Repairs 


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Septic SysteE Deer Hill School 


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Design/Construction New Ceaetery 


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$115,000, 



163,610.18 
Other Financing Uses: 
Payient of Notes 0.00 

Transfer to General Fund 0.00 0.00 



Net Change in Fund Balance (48,610.18) 

Fund Balance July 1, 1991 144,735.59 

Fund Balance June 30, 1992 $96,125.41 



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BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

In 1992 a complete revaluation of all real and personal property was per- 
formed in the Town of Cohasset and as expected, most property values declined 
as a result of the slumping real estate market. The Assessors are confident that the 
new fiscal 1993 assessments accurately reflect the market value of real estate as 
of the assessment date, which is January 1 , 1992. However, this was not the only 
project completed this year. The motor vehicle excise process has become com- 
pletely computerized and integrated with the Collector's office. 

The 1992 Annual Town meeting accepted Ch. 59, Sec. 5,C1.17D of the Mass. 
General Laws which allows greater accessibility to the surviving spouse/elderly/ 
minor exemption by exempting the value of the appHcant's domicile. A provision 
in the law to issue quarterly tax bills was adopted at Town Meeting and was im- 
plemented begiiming with fiscal 1993 real and personal property tax bills. 

Finally, the Assessors bade farewell to long time Assessor Tom Duggan and 
welcomed newly elected board member Ross Rosano. We wish Tom well in his 
future endeavors and many thanks for the years of service on the board. 

The Assessors present the following value inform.ation for all taxable property 
in Cohasset : 

Type of Property Total Assessed Value 

Residential $ 713,877,900. 

Commercial $ 61,118,500. 

Industrial $ 5,215,700. 

Personal Property $, 9,472,300. 

The fiscal year 1993 tax rate was $13.46. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

James W. Lagrotteria, Chairman 
Michael C. PatroHa 
Ross W. Rosano 

Board of Assessors 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN TREASURER 
July 1, 1991 through June 30, 1992 

BALANCE IN TREASURY July 1, 1991 $ 1,830,741.01 

Received from Collector of Taxes $ 11,236,083.74 

Received from Town Collector 67,990.47 

Received from Other Sources 7,910,926.93 

TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR FISCAL 1992 +19,215,001.14 

PAID: Selectmen's Warrants No. 53 

Nos. 1-52 -19,056,014.33 

BALANCE IN TREASURY June 30, 1992 $ 1 ,989,727.82 

DEPOSITORIES 

Names of Bank Balance June 30, 1992 

Bank of Boston 99,615.18 

BayBank 152,458.55 

Boston Safe Deposit & Trust 419,933.92 

Boston Safe Deposit & Trust, Highway 4,313.79 

Century Bank and Trust 34,978.44 

Eastern Bank 99,608.00 

Fleet Bank 280,836.57 

Quincy Savings Bank 214,658.73 

Quincy Savings Bank, Parking Violation 7.223 . 1 8 

Rockland Trust Company 361 ,623.58 

Rockland Trust Company, Board of Health 3 1 ,028.33 

Shawmut Bank 67,590.99 

State Street Bank &Trust 215,708.56 

Cash in Drawer 150.00 

TOTAL DEPOSITORIES $ 1,989,727.82 

Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



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REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR 
July 1, 1991 through June 30, 1992 

1 OTAL COMMITMENT OF WARRANTS FROM THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS- 
FISCAL 1992 

1990 Motor Vehicle Excise Commitments 27,627.78 

1991 Motor Vehicle Excise Commitments 183,818.52 

1992 Motor Vehicle Excise Commitments 380,846.55 

1991 Boat Excise Commitments 7,154.00 

1992 Boat Excise Commitments 17.948.00 
1 992 Personal Property Commitment 93 ,628.57 
1992 Real Estate Commitment (including betterments and liens) 9,910,688.72 
1992 Sewer Betterments, added to taxes 1,323.01 
1992 Committed Interest, added to taxes 138.62 
1992 Sewer Cormection, added to taxes 50.00 
1992 Commited Interest, added to taxes 7.25 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Harbor Master 35,185.00 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Water Department 903,008.92 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Sewer Department 66,422.58 



TOTAL ABATEMENT CERTIFICATES FROM THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

FISCAL 1992 

Levy of 1988 

Boat Excise 78.00 

Levy of 1989 

Boat Excise 585.18 

Personal Property 274. 1 7 

Levy of 1990 

Motor Vehicle Excise 960.21 

Boat Excise 15.00 

Real Estate 34,957.44 

Levy of 1991 

Mo to r Vehicle Excise 6,234.23 

Boat Excise 2,529.06 

Personal Property 722.70 

Real Estate 21,042.45 

Levy of 1992 

Motor Vehicle Excise 8,989.72 

Boat Excise 789.60 



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Levy of 1 992 (continued) 

Personal Property 45.92 

Real Estate 76,111.17 

Water Lien 336.75 

Sewer Betterment/Committed Interest 35.50 

Sewer Connection/Committed Interest 3.80 

Mooring Fees 980.00 

TOTAL ABATEMENTS GRANTED DURING FISCAL 1992 $154,690.90 

Total Abatements from the Water and Sewer Departments - FISCAL 1992 

Water 18,987.92 

Sewer 2,238.52 



UNPAID TAXES AND CHARGES - June 30, 1992 

1988 Motor Vehicle Excise 16,693.59 

1 989 Motor Vehicle Excise 30,034.23 

1 990 Motor Vehicle Excise 25 ,299.30 

1 99 1 Motor Vehicle Excise 33 ,077.64 

1992 Motor Vehicle Excise 37,729.42 

1990 Boat Excise 594.00 

1991 Boat Excise 887.00 

1992 Boat Excise 3,122.00 

1989 Personal Property 450.61 

1990 Personal Property 2,478.21 

1991 Personal Property 2,713.69 

1992 Personal Property 4,348.97 

1989 Real Estate 141.91 

1990 Real Estate 150.72 

1991 Real Estate 4,997.81 

1992 Real Estate 314,813.60 

$477,532.70 

Departmental: 

Ambulance Services 168,024.55 

Mooring Fees 290.00 

Lien, DemoUtion of Building 500.00 

Lien, Board of Health/Sewer System 4,741 .80 

$ 173,556.35 

Water Department : 

Water Meters 187,170.41 

Tax Title Water Liens 32,420.98 

$ 219,591.39 



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Sewer Department: 
Sewer Use Charges 
Tax Title Sewer liens 
Sewer Betterments/Committed Interest, Fiscal 1992 



24,048.92 

9,060.99 

60.50 

33,170.41 



Respectfully Submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



GROSS SALARIES AND WAGES PAID IN CALENDAR YEAR 1992 
(Includes, where applicable, stipends, overtime, special details 
and holiday pay.) 



Rosano, Janice M. 152.37 

Smith, Sumner, Jr. 7.50 

Soule, Kevin W. 136.92 

Stover, Charles 105.83 

Tuckerman, Grace R. 420.00 

Volungus, Judith P. 3 26 .00 

ELEC. TOTAL 12,976.97 

Buckley, J. Michael Jr. 7,403.88 

Cook, Nancy Ann 22,838.40 

Cook, Nancy Ann 2,035.25 

Farrell, Mary M. 364.32 

Gallagher, Mary J. 3,541.62 

Gallagher, Mary J. 3,405.40 

Jensen, Donald 7,175.00 

Litchfield, Linda M. 13,227.41 

ACCOUNTANT - TOTAL 59,991.28 

Divito, Joseph A. Jr. 32,450.80 

Rosano, Janice M. 19,477.61 

ASSESSORS - TOTAL 51,928.41 

Duggan, Thomas S. 333.33 

Lagrotteria, James W. 1 ,300.00 

Patrolia, Michael C. 1 ,200.00 

Rosano, Ross 866.67 

ASSESSORS - TOTAL 3,700.00 

Lincoln , Sally A. 22,851 .05 

Litchfield, Linda M. 4,844.86 

Pro tulis, Deborah B. 419.97 

Ripley, Elizabeth B. 35 ,236.68 

SnowdaleJ^ancy 19,834.08 

Waal, Eleanor M. 288.44 

TREAS.-COLL. - TOTAL 83,475.08 

Douglas, Marion L. 33,867.82 

Litchfield, Linda M. 156.96 

McGuire, Jacquelyn R. 16,263.30 

TOWN CLERK - TOTAL 50,288.08 

Barnes, Anne Gorham 10,152.68 

PLANNING Bd. -TOTAL 10,152.68 

Litchfield, Pauline J. 20,142.97 
TOWN HALL CUST.-TOTAL 20,142.97 

Abbadessa, Richard B. 46,755,65 

Ainslie, Lawrence D., Jr. 39,216.17 

Cogill, Brian 41,607.31 

Cogill, David C. 41,910.46 



Studley, Joyce D. 


26,866.00 


Winn, Ellen B. 


20,130.71 


SELEC.-CLER.-TOTAL 


46,996,71 


Doyon, Gregory J. Exec. Secy. 


53,977.56 


EXEC. SECY TOTAL 


53,977.56 


Brown, Merle S. 


722.22 


Gjesteby, Martha K. . 


999.99 


Goedecke, Jane 


1,361.14 


Kornet, Diana D. 


277.77 


Laugelle, Rocco 


999.99 


Lehr, Arthur L, Jr. 


500.00 


Marks, David R. Jr. 


500.00 


Quigley, William P. 


5,326.98 


SuUivan, Michael H. 


722.22 


Tebbetts, Edwin H. 


416.67 


Wad sworth, David H. 


750.00 


Weeks, WilliRm D. 


1.00 


SELECTMEN - TOTAL 


12,577.98 


Baccari, Domenic M. 


423.00 


Bates, Margaret M. 


287.50 


Buckley, Raymond G. 


62.50 


Charles, Margaret R. 


326.00 


Flint, Louise 


50.00 


Goodwin, Ronald 


258.50 


Gramarossa, Diane 


75.00 


Hernan, Margaret 


115.00 


KeUer, Linda T. 


77.50 


Koed,Fred 


211.75 


Lehr, Arthur L. Jr. 


70.00 


Leonard, Ann E. 


282.50 


Lincoln, Katherine M. 


135.00 


Litchfield, Pauline J. 


931.61 


Maclure, Janet 


222.50 


Marlette, George III 


326.00 


McAuliffe, Jeanne 


345.00 


McGuire, Jacquelyn R. 


1,349.13 


McNabb, John K., Jr. 


210.00 


Micciche, Ann Marie 


4,457.36 


Pape, Maria R. 


267.50 


Parm enter, Dorothea 


422.50 


Pearce, Betty Lou 


220.00 


Pratt, Ruth F. 


402.50 


Rhodes, Kathleen M. 


300.00 



168 



Conte, Carmelo 37,741.40 

Conte,JohnC. 42,047.62 

Dasilva, Thomas O. 32,957.24 

Dasilva, Thomas O. 3 ,096 .01 

Grassie, Frederick H., Jr. 39,697.56 

Jackson, Robert W. 44,750.41 

Jones, Clifton B. 40,765.75 

Kealey, Joseph M. 59,672.17 

Laugelle, Paul J. 35,484.89 

Matos,LisaM. 38,162.92 

McCarthy, Donna 77.05 

Morganelli, Jacquelynn J. 26.80 

Noonan, Brian W. 41,992.65 

Peters, SheUee L. ' 38,510.36 

Pomarico, David J. 44,692.30 

Rattenbury , Yvette R. 1 1,274.20 

Sargent, Frances P. 101.25 

SmaU,JohnH. 37,735.81 

Yocum, Richard 41,308.30 

POLICE Dept.-TOTAL 759,584.28 

Bilodeau, Paul T. 34,827.99 

BosweU, John T. Ill 33,013.06 

Brock, Daniel F. 6,979.54 

Corbo, Edward M. 34,195.49 

Curley, James F. 34,411.42 

Davis, Linwood L. 36,600.16 

Finegan, Thomas P. 35,165.08 

Fiori, James E. 33,041.41 

Gurry, James L. 44,811.21 

Henderson, Jane E. 2,617.56 

Hernan, Thomas G. 35 ,264 .5 1 

Lincoln, Roger W. 41 ,972.64 

Litchfield, William T. 35,006.31 

Mahoney, Francis X., Jr. 35,513.94 

Marr, Matthew B. 33,929.99 

McGaffigan, Paul F. 35,520.63 

Nadeau , John R. 903 ,85 

Nadeau, John R. 46,692.50 

Pompeo, Arthur M., Jr. 29,268.31 

Protulis, Robert F. 34,721.80 

Pro tulis, William J. 35,994.62 

Rosano, Randall W. 35,455.43 

Runey, James P. 32,661.02 

Sestito, William A. 29,769.05 

Silvia, Robert D. 39,835.75 

Struzik, Edward J. 35,224.74 

Trask,MarkH. 40,988.17 

Wenzlow, Eric W. 34,154.27 

FIRE Dept. - TOTAL 908,540.45 

Andrews, Albert L., Jr. 426.79 

Brooke, William E. 1 ,95 1 .04 

Dickson, Clifford J. 2,499.77 

Dockray,JohnJ. 2,316.86 

Haase^Donald P. 1,585.22 

MacNeill, John M. 1 ,097 .46 

MacNeill, Jordan C. 670.67 

Maynard, Herman J. 1,829.10 

May nard, Steven L. 1,341.34 

McArthur, William H. 1 ,890.07 

Migliaccio, Joseph A. 2,133.95 



Pratt, Bruce W. 1,341.34 

Pratt, Christopher 73 1 .64 

SUvia, Harry M., Jr. 182.91 

CALL FIRE Dept.-TOTAL 19,998.16 

Brown, Ronald A. 880.00 

Laugelle , Peter G. 38,515.81 

Marsh, Herbert B. 4,092.00 

Pereira, Anthony J. 27.389.64 

Piepenbrink, Robert 24,588.60 

WilUams, Dean 44.00 

Williams, Dean 110.00 
TREE «& PARK Dept.-TOTAL 95,620.05 

Baggs, Robert 5,304.00 

Dickson, Clifford J. 400.00 

Gadow, Irving E., Jr. 29,35 2.48 

Marks, David R., Jr. 400.00 

Riegel, Matthew J. 1 ,475.50 

Wigmore, Thomas 2,229.50 

HARBOR DEPT.-TOTAL 39,161.48 

Egan, Robert M. 33,803.52 

Murray, Sandra J. 12,029.01 
BUILDING DEPT.-TOTAL 45,832.53 

Bates, Lot E. 750.00 

WTS «& MEAS.-TOTAL 750.00 

GaUo, Richard 16,075.64 

Wigmore, Stephen F. 43,073.34 

WIRE DEPT.-TOTAL 59,148.98 

Cenedella, George 660.00 

Curley, James F. 748.54 

Laugelle, Peter G. 1,590.48 

Lincoln, Samuel F. 5,104.00 

Litchfield, Harold W. 34,922.35 

Livingston, Boyd J. 24,890.89 

Noonan, Robert 21,582.85 

Pereira, Anthony J. 1 7 1 .00 

Piepenbrink, Robert 161.55 

Poland, Richard M. 440.00 

Sestito, Anthony 36,839.37 

Sestito, Carl A. 29,977.09 

Snow, Mary L. 4,745.00 

HIGHWAY Dept.-TOTAL 161,833.12 

Anderson, Thomas J. 176.00 

Barnes, John T. 27,081.20 

Laugelle, Joseph S. 31,968.00 

Simeone, Louis N. 297.00 

Williams, Dean 2,728.00 

DISPOSAL - TOTAL 62,250.20 

Walsh, Patricia A. 3,656.55 

SEWER DEPT.-TOTAL 3,656.55 

Walsh, Patricia A. 16,713.09 

CONS.COMM. -TOTAL 16,713.09 

Godzik, Joseph R. 42,7 13.60 

Oteri-Puffer, Carol 26,606.00 

BD. of HLTH- TOTAL 69,319.60 

Bryanton, Kathleen 28,160.31 

Connolly, Susan S. 8,547.00 

C. on AGING - TOTAL 36,707.31 

Ripley, Noel 1,600.00 

VET. AGENT - TOTAL 1 ,600.00 

Marsh , Herbert L. 23 ,854.30 

CEMETERY Dept.-TOTAL 23,854.30 



169 



Aronson, David M. 
Aronson, Jessica L. 
Christoffel, David A. 
Ford , Christian M. 
Hayes, Richard E. 
Knights, Nancy E. 
Lambert, Patricia A. 
McDonald, John G. 
Parker, Karen F. 
Pattison, Robert A. 
Pear sail, Jason 
Pope, Susan M. 
Potolicchi, Bradley 
Seavey, Deborah A, 
Terry, Suzanne 
Watrous, Susan M. 
LIBRARY - TOTAL 
Anderson, Nancy 
Carroll, James E., Jr. 
Carter, Craig S. 
Cibelli, Ryan A. 
Conley, Christopher 
Conley, JamesP. 
Crossen, Alba M. 
Daley, David L. 
Deveney, Sara M. 
Douglas, Sarah A. 
Endris, Jennifer 
Endris, Stephanie 
Gavin, Robert D. 
Higgins, Jean 
MacDonald, Jessica 
Massa, Michelle E. 
McDonald, Paulina A. 
Monaghan, Mary Erin 
Oleary, Elizabeth 
Pederson, D. Matthew 
Pom peo, Brian 
Pom peo, Daniel 
Ryan, Kathleen M. 
Steverman, Madeleine E, 
Stone, Chantal 
Sweeney, Torin 
Volpe, Irene M. 
Willshire, Frank A. 
Worley, John M. 
Rec. DEPT - TOTAL 
Butman, Kenneth B. 
Hamilton, Frank 
Hinglebine, John H. 
Kelly, Mark H. 
Koncius, Lauren E. 
Litchfield, Linda M. 
Maree, Elizabeth J. 
McAuliffe, William D. 
McCormack, Duncan T. 
Muncey, Richard D. 
Pereira, John C. 
Sestito,Carl A. 
Wheeler, Ann M. 
WATER DEPT.-TOTAL 



1,323.89. 

1,591.64 

327.25 

2,871.79 

46,441.28 

20,888.79 

18,385.97 

539.76 

1,943.50 

9,552.88 

2,604.34 

27,936.60 

79.69 

183.75 

26,976.28 

30,542.74 

192,190.15 

363.00 

3,544.50 

1,195.25 

1,326.00 

2,763.25 

112.00 

66.00 

871.00 

2,320.30 

64.80 

102.00 

1,396.50 

1,380.50 

613.25 

247.50 

784.00 

885.50 

1,470.00 

1,112.00 

168.00 

747.50 

572.00 

682.50 

467.50 

689.00 

1,365.00 

884.00 

1,005.00 

36,871.36 

64,069.21 

11,099.04 

28,586.24 

35,568.08 

34,386.12 

4,520.76 

431.65 

94.05 

39,865.28 

29,157.63 

29,278.34 

25,925.92 

332.44 

16,570.56 

255,816.11 



Abbadessa, Richard B. 


4,191.00 


Ainslie, Lawrence D., Jr. 


1,403.00 


Albonetty, Victor R., Jr. 


230.00 


Averill, Patrick G. 


115.00 


Borland, James K. 


184.00 


Bouchie, Walter 


540.50 


Cadigan, Thomas M. 


161.00 


Cogill, Brian 


5,377.25 


Cogill, David C. 


6,457.25 


Conte, Carmelo 


1,907.00 


Conte, Jojm C. 


4,709.25 


Dasilva, Thomas 0. 


2,645.00 


Durant, Kenneth B. 


569.25 


Evans, Mark C. 


138.00 


Gibnartin, James A. 


103.50 


Grassie, Frederick H., Jr. 


2,231.00 


Hamacker,MarkT. 


195.50 


Harrison, Jeff 


506.00 


Higgins Suzanne K. 


103.50 


Jackson, Robert W. 


3,921.50 


Jones, Clifton B. 


5,912.00 


Lowrance, Rawson 


276.00 


, MacKinnon, Michael P. 


276.00 


Matos, Lisa M. 


2,340.25 


Morris, John J. 


138.00 


Noonan, Brian W. 


1,375.00 


O'Hara, Michael J. 


782.00 


Peraino, Michael J., Jr. 


184.00 


Peters, Shellee L. 


2,012.50 


Pomarico, David J. 


6,291.75 


Powers, Mitchell J. 


92.00 


Schulze, William L. 


115.00 


Small, John H. 


3,898.50 


Taylor, James Jr. 


1,069.50 


Tompkins, Robert 


92.00 


Yocum, Richard 


2,102.75 


OF DY POL.DPT.-TOTAL 


62,645.75 


Curley, James F. 


224.55 


Sestito, William A. 


74.85 


OF DTY FIRE DPT, - TOTAL 299.40 


TOWN - GENERAL GOVERNMENT 




3,285,798.44 


SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 




Barrow, Robert E. 


27,408.02 


Bliss, Daniel W. 


2,624.00 


Esposito, Joseph Jr. 


27,178.16 


Jacobucci, John J. 


36,436.00 


Jones, Thomas 


24,861.81 


McArthur, William H. 


25,420.97 


McCarthy, Sean 


2,624.00 


Sargent, Kenneth 


26,422.40 


Soule, Kevin W. 


26,559.95 


Staunton, John P., Jr. 


1,728.00 


Stover, Charles 


32,042.70 


Stover, David 


26,500.78 


Thurston, Richard 


24,666.64 


Young, Wallace J. 


6,547.50 


CUSTODIANS - TOTAL 


291,020.93 


Barnard, Pam M. 


4,608.68 


Chase, Dama 


296.10 


Clay, Virginia E. 


10,608.26 



170 



Figueiredo, Janet 


18,371.79. 


Walker, MeUssa A. 


13572.45 


Figueiiedo, Therese A. 


422.50 


CLERICAL - TOTAL 


423,953.67 


Hartford, Michelle 


1,837.70 


Berens, Carol A. 


4,731.62 


Morgan, Hugh J. 


8,337.99 


Beown, Priscilla 


695.74 


Palm, Bonnie 


12,053.34 


Calabria, Maria 


4,395.80 


Powers, Frances 


10,825.44 


D'Elia, Joarme 


464.50 


Powers Michael F, 


889.20 


Donato,MariaI. 


7,573.09 


Skidmore, Charlotte 


37.60 


Emanuello,LuciaP. 


24.00 


Sweeney, Glenda S. 


1,884.70 


Grande, Lucia G. 


8,833.50 


Young, Wallace J. 


1,382.62 


Jacobucci, Eileen 


2,325.77 


BUS DRIVERS - TOTAL 


71,555.92 


Kierce, Maria C. 


106.89 


SCHOOL CUSTODIANS & BUS DRIVERS 


Lemar, Michelle C. 


518.62 


TOTAL 


362,576.85 


Marascio, Josephine 


5,779.68 






MarceUa, Giuseppina 


1,256.75 


Ayer, Alison 


13,057.39 


Rhodes, Kathleen M. 


6,356.31 


Barrett, Beverly 


4,657.42 


Salyards, Joyce 


11,103.63 


Bates-McArthur, Rebecca 


152.26 


Truglia, Guilda 


223.50 


Berzansky, Darlene 


14,976.00 


LUNCHROOM TOTAL 


54,389.40 


Bierwert, Janice 


23,478.24 


CLERICAL & LUNCHROOM 


- TOTAL 


Bouldin, Judith A. 


1,052.22 




478,343.07 


Butman, Maribeth 


1,735.26 






Carter, Maijorie 


23,024.06 






Ciciotte, Carol 


20,459.71 


Antolini, Joel A. 


36,433.99 


Colwill, Ilene 


21,954.00 


Babaian, Mary A. 


50,005.08 


Condon, Joan E. 


6,923.07 


Barry, Melissa M. 


5,759.01 


Devine, Valerie Ann 


6,468.80 


Beatson, Elizabeth 


46,616.67 


Dunbar, Donna 


11,258.93 


Bouchard, Joseph K. 


41,918.85 


Ellinger, Kristin 


828.75 


Brown, Patricia 


37,697.49 


Figueiredo, Judith A. 


5,212.59 


Buckley, John C, Jr. 


42,199.85 


Greenwood, Deborah C. 


28,406.35 


Burbank, Virginia A. 


44,696.79 


Griswo Id, Janice 


119.29 


Chatterton, Clark 


49,519.44 


Harris, Joy 


7,910.78 


Cisneros, Kenneth 


42,442.83 


Heinberg, Jeri A 


945.00 


Cronin, Frances 


43,344.07 


Henderson, Linda 


7,834.50 


Delorenzo, JohnM. 


56,224.69 


Hernan, Margaret 


4,165.93 


Devin, Maura M. 


38,348.55 


Hernberg, Kathleen 


13,057.39 


Duffy, Maureen M. 


19,987.65 


Herzog, Jayne 


46.76 


Dunn, Kearin A. 


53,481.60 


Hett Strom, Karen 


723.56 


Ekberg, Kenneth C. 


59,964.15 


Hodges, Nancy 


6,927.00 


Emmons, Ronald L. 


50,947.29 


Johansen, Pamela Maclean 


45.00 


Erbe, Samuel M. 


53,176.05 


Kahn, Rose 


848.68 


Federico, Joseph F. 


42,801.57 


Larrabee, Joan M. 


46.76 


Ford, Ronald J. 


15,317.61 


Leonard, Elizabeth A. 


4,024.86 


Fortin, George A. 


'44,696.79 


Longo, Elizabeth 


4,657.42 


Franey, James E. 


47,815.77 


Lordan, Cathy 


1,688.88 


GaUagher, Mary EUen 


63,071.11 


Lydon, Patricia 


7,099.43 


Gill, Michael Patrick 


55,271.42 


Marcus, Barbara 


22,345.40 


Gilmartin, Stephen 


44,696.79 


McCarthy, Alice L. 


3,053.10 


Gray, Carolyn M. 


15,992.01 


McGonagle, Amy 


495.00 


Hart, Stephen 


76,213.83 


Meade, Jonti 


19,115.00 


Hogan, Paul F. 


44,915.04 


Mulligan, Deanna L. 


17.508.80 


Keenan-Byrne, Patricia 


42,550.47 


Murphy, Karen 


20,669.83 


Kelly, Donald J. 


44,696.79 


Pyfrom, Joan 


9,662.79 


Kite,WimamC. 


52,694.95 


Rizzotti, Susan 


90.45 


Lalumiere, Maureen 


26,593.83 


Rossi, Margaret W. 


9,418.73 


Leary, Edward J. 


45,760.23 


Shultz, Linda A. 


22,680.00 


Leary, John J. 


60,659.61 


Simons, Judith E. 


259.86 


Lee, Margaret 


38.348.55 


Staunton, Mary E. 


12,988.98 


Lucas, Colleen 


37,000.17 


Stone, Chantal 


405.00 


MacDermott, Edward W. 


45,875.93 


Sullivan, Maureen P. 


21,284.00 


Magnussen, David R. 


23,802.20 


Tilley,PriscillaA. 


6,618.00 


Marks, Bryan F. 


38,424.51 



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McFadd, Susan M. 


41,696.57 


OSGOOD SCHOOL TEACHERS 


Narkiewicz, Paul H. 


53,176.05 


TOTAL 


669,497.11 


Neundorf, F.J. 


41,641.29 


Brown, Genevieve 


43,320.78 


Newkird , Scott P. 


38,913.04 


Civale, Gale Ann 


41,261.49 


Oneil, Thomas J. Ill 


47,569.28 


Doody, Charles F. 


27,504.79 


Packard, John R. 


46,354.77 


Ely, Florence 


43,155.35 


Porter, Ann Leslie 


45,283.77 


Gallagher, Pauhne 


44,696.79 


Reade, Donald A. 


42,801.57 


Gill, Linda 


38,727.54 


Risi, Guido,J. 


21,530.00 


Hodgkins, Robin 


35,268.12 


Schleiff , Marie 


43,441.65 


Ritts, Judith A. 


25,946.19 


Walsh, Dennis J. 


49,497.39 


Sceery,Dr. Robert T. 


13,110.60 


Watson, Marilyn 


44,333.55 


Yess, Denise 


40,595.85 


Wheeler, Colleen 


37,000.17 


SPECIAL NEEDS TEACHERS 




White, Laureen Ann 


29,195.24 


TOTAL 


353,587.50 


Whitney, Linda R. 


50,295.75 


Awde, Linda J. 


45.00 


Wood, Jo-Ellen S. 


43,082.57 


Barry, MehssaM. 


135.00 


Wool, Joan M. 


16,767.90 


Birmann, Jean 


135.00 


PROFESSIONALS -Ttl. 


2,372,543.79 


Bostwick, Deborah A. 


945.00 


Becker, Joseph 


42,801.57 


Bourne, Elizabeth V. 


90.00 


Berman, Ann 


4,228.11 


Buckley, Barbara 


540.00 


Biagini, Steven 


33,691.32 


Caldwell, Eric 


1,381.04 


Cassiani, Joan 


39,013.11 


Cellucci, Judith A. 


30.00 


Cisneros, Elizabeth 


38,130.30 


Clark, Keith F. 


1,035.00 


Deakin, Frank A. 


42,801.57 


Conley, James P. 


465.00 


Horigan, Susan 


9,064.89 


Co nley, Matthew 


45.00 


Kuntz, Dennis W. 


46,354.77 


Connolly, Nancy 


90.00 


Leonard, Edward J. Jr. 


43,814.16 


Crane, Barbara 


45.00 


Levine, Raymond 


42,801.57 


Crossland, David H. 


495.00 


Maclnnis, John V. 


39,013.11 


Dewer-Golden, Amy 


90.00 


Magnussen, Nancy 


28,201.41 


Dickinson, Dayle 


765.00 


Magoun, Joann 


44,494.79 


Dinsmore, Jacquelyn 


45.00 


McDonald, Dorothy L. 


44,696.79 


Doherty, Heather J. 


45.00 


Murphy, Marjorie 


36,925.74 


Donnelly, Joanne M. 


90.00 


Murphy, Patricia White 


32,297.76 


Dwyer, Diane 


2,475.00 


O'Malley, Jean 


5,020.82 


Ellinger, Kristin 


45.00 


Shultz, R. Lawrence 


44,229.57 


Ely, Florence 


174.60 


Sullivan, Patricia M. 


3,608.40 


Ely, Wallace E. 


412.80 


Whitley, Katherine 


39,013.11 


Fitzmaurice, Mari-An M. 


315.00 


DEER HILL SCHL TEACHERS 


Ford, Ronald J. 


1,920.00 


TOTAL 


660,404.87 


Gardell, Linda E. 


315.00 


Alcott, Maureen P. 


41,918.85 


Geary, Linda A. 


1,170.00 


Atkinson, Marian 


32,297.76 


Gilbert, Ann M. 


225.00 


Baker, Patrice D. 


25,946.19 


Gore, Colleen 


45.00 


Baush, Susan 


44,696.79 


Griffiths, Grace 


360.00 


Clark, Ruth L 


46,354.77 


Hernberg, Kathleen 


130.95 


Collins, Rosalie L. 


38,130.30 


He tt Strom, Karen 


1,530.00 


Dangelo, Marilyn 


42,801.57 


Hillier, Barbara T. 


6,559.20 


Davis, Marie C. 


38,130.30 


Hochkeppel, Zachary A. 


45.00 


Free Jean 


38,130.30 


Holway, Jeanne W. 


180.00 


Hurley, Mary C. 


33,691.32 


Horigan, Susan 


11,746.80 


Kealey, Nancy 


3,000.00 


Hussey, Donald 


495.00 


Maloney, Faith B. 


42,801.57 


Ingraham,Paul A. 


135.00 


Montuori, Dorothy 


38,702.42 


Jordan, Letitia 


285.00 


Moody, Sharon 


41,480.61 


Kahn, Rose 


180.00 


Myers, Barbara C. 


7,617.96 


Koopman-Wyman, Lisabeth 


270.00 


Price, Marie 


39,013.11 


Lamarca, Karen M. 


45.00 


Stevens, Linda C. 


16,839.63 


Langton, Terence W. 


45.00 


Tewksbury, Shirley T. 


36,349.28 


Leach, Jacqueline H. 


345.00 


Webster, Deborah E. 


11,732.04 


McCabe, Blanche E. 


45.00 


Wells, Barbara 


38,130.30 


McCarthy, Alice L. 


270.00 


Weydt, Michael 


11,732.04 


McDonald, LauraJean 


90.00 



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McGuire, Elizabeth 


45.00 


Tibbetts, Charles F. 


210.00 


Miele, Kerri J. 


45.00 


Vanderwere, Karen L. 


45.00 


Minnar, Elizabeth 


240.00 


Walsh, Angela K. 


45.00 


Muraphy, Marjorie 


305.55 


Yess, Denise 


29.10 


Myers, Rhonda 


90.00 


Ziegner, Glenn M. 


675.00 


Nedrow, Ruth 


3,060.00 


SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS 


- TOTAL 


Plante, Patrick 


135.00 




65,888.49 


Pompeo, Holly 


270.00 


Blonde, Frank 


1,667.00 


Pompeo , Kristin A, 


90.00 


Bostwick, Deborah A. 


2,778.00 


Pompeo, Laura 


45.00 


Clark, Keith E. 


2,778.00 


Reardon, Susan 


105.00 


Gillis, Janet E. 


1,655.00 


Reidy, Joel 


135.00 


HaU, Lowell Mark 


462.66 


Revell, Jennifer A. 


135.00 


Kahn, Ely J. Ill 


1,440.00 


Ritts, Judith A. 


276.45 


Knowles, Paula A. M. 


1,407.66 


Rodreick, David R., Jr. 


90.00 


Martell, Jeffrey 


1,667.00 


Rooney, Mary K. 


2,160.00 


Meehan, Sara G. 


1,348.01 


Rossi, Margaret W. 


45.00 


Reppucci, Arnold 


2,097.34 


Roth, Nancy A. 


174.60 


Ridge, Kathleen 


1,667.00 


Ryan, Kathleen M. 


45.00 


Sanford, Liam Giles 


2,361.00 


Santoro, Maureen F. 


2,100.00 


Sargent, Ruthann 


2,724.00 


Schultz, Regina 


1,080.00 


Seeley, Richard S. 


1,348.01 


Shultz, David 


360.00 


Silvia, Robert D. 


2,598.00 


Simeone, June 


1,695.00 


Startzell, Keenan 


2,778.00 


Simons, Judith E. 


90.00 


Sweeney, Torin 


3,177.34 


Singerman, Joanna Ross 


90.00 


SPORTS OFFICIALS - 




Staunton, Mary E. 


822.08 


TOTAL 


33,954.02 


Stephens, Ellen 


90.00 


SCHOOLTEACHERS Ttl 


4,155,875.78 


Sternburg, Leslie S. 


1,741.82 






Stutzman, Rebecca 


570.00 


GROSS - GENERAL GOVT. & SCHOOL 


Suddath, Jill 


523.80 




8,282,594.14 


Sweeney, Torin 


11,864.70 







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LAND USE CONTROL 



BUILDING INSPECTOR AND ZONING OFFICER 

The following is a report of the activities of the Building Department for 
1992: 





No. 






Issued 


Amount 


Building Permits 


301 




Building Permit Fees Paid to Treasurer 




26,611.00 


Estimated Cost of Construction for Permits 


4,629,267.00 


Certificates of Inspection 


13 


680.00 


Zoning By-Laws 


71 


355.00 


Zoning Maps 


28 


84.00 


Copies 


143 


35.75 


Occupancy Permits 


13 


325.00 


Topographical Maps 


7 


35.00 


Plumbing Permits 


125 


3,796.00 


Gas Permits 


83 


1,340.00 


Plumbing Inspector Paid for Inspections 




3,237.00 


Gas Inspector Paid for Inspections 




1,287.00 



Respectfully submitted, 

Robert M. Egan 

Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

The Conservation Commission continues to be one of the busiest of the 
Town's agencies, and the Commissioners have collectively put in thousands of 
hours in the past year. The Commission's mandate is to uphold the State Wet- 
lands Protection Act and the Cohasset Wetlands By-Law. 

Throughout the year we continued working with the damage sustained from 
the Halloween Storm '91. We worked cooperatively with homeowners to enable 
repairs to be made quickly, as weather and seasons permitted. In addition, there 
have been some difficult and complicated appUcations presented to the board. 
We have been dihgent in interpreting the regulations to ensure the maximum pro- 
tection of our wetlands and other natural resources. At the same time we have 
been sensitive to the concerns of the property owner. 

It was a year of change for the Commission. We have three new members 
who are working to become familiar with the extensive regulations which govern 
our activities. Two members of the board left last spring. Merle Brown was elected 
to the Board of Selectmen and Patricia Buckley retired after fifteen years as a 
Commissioner. We miss their extraordinary service and commitment. 

Respectfully submitted. 



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Veneta P. Roebuck, Chairman 

John Kent Bryant, Vice Chairman 

Jeffrey C. Waal 

Thomas J. Callahan 

Brian Murphy 

Roseanne McMorris 

Lynn Morgenstern 

DESIGN REVIEW BOARD 

The Cohasset Design Review Board had an active year. At the request of the 
Cohasset Planning Board we reviewed and commented on four different projects. 

1 . Target Industries Inc.: Proposed building improvement. 

2. Town of Cohasset : Potential public works garage sites. 

3. Exxon Company: Canopy and site improvements. 

4. Cohasset Historical Memorial: Proposed structures. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gordon S. Hislop, Chairman 
Robert A. Stansell, Jr. (Associate) 
Eileen M. Corbett 
Nancy S. Garrison 
Maxwell R. Pounder 
Kathleen R. Fox 
Robert C. Hunter (Associate) 
Robert M. Egan (ex officio) 



BOARD OF HEALTH 

In 1992 Thomas C. Cook, P.E. was elected to the Board fllUng the vacancy 
created by the resignation of Sharon L. Becker. Michael H. SuUivan resigned 
and Robert V. Davenport was appointed to fill that vacancy until the next elec- 
tion. On re-organization the Board elected William E. Baird, P.E., Chairman 
and Thomas C. Cook, P.E., Clerk. Joseph R. Godzik,VMD continued as Health 
Agent and Carol Oteri-Puffer as Administrative Secretary. 

Water testing at the schools revealed that at certain fixtures the maximum 
contaminant level (MCL) for lead was exceeded on some occasions. After several 
rounds of testing and various investigations it was not possible to determine the 
exact source of the lead. Bubblers which had lead levels exceeding the MCL were 
shut down. A replacement program for certain elements of the distribution system 
is now under way. 

The repair of the septic system at Gushing Plaza has not yet taken place. A 
proposal to build a small wastewater treatment plant for sewage disposal has 
caused a requirement for an Environmental Impact Report to be rendered by the 
applicant. The issues are presently being addressed by the appUcant's engineer. 

The Board continued its review of the proposed expansion for Cohasset 
Heights Ltd. Landfill (CHL). A Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Report 

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submitted by CHL was again not accepted by the Secretary of Environmental 
Affairs. Many public health and environmental questions were raised by the report 
and still are not resolved. The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) 
issued a permit to construct the gas collection system and flare to bum gases 
without a timetable for construction. 

A recirculating sand filter sewage disposal system, the first to be approved in 
Massachusetts, will be installed at 481 Jerusalem Road. The Board worked closely 
with the design engineer and the DEP to assure a proper design and relevant 
effluent standards for discharge to the ocean. Some areas in the Town cannot sup- 
port standard septic systems, so there may be more alternative systems in the 
future for repair of existing failed septic systems. 

The Board continues to operate the Recycling Transfer Facility (RTF). 
Rubbish is shipped to SEMASS for incineration under an interim contract. Re- 
cycling continues to save money through cost avoidance, as well as providing 
environmental protection. Because of the Town's recycling initiatives, it is well 
beyond the DEP recycling requirements. Closure of the landfill is now advanc- 
ing as the state has allowed the Town to move forward without review of every 
minor step in the closure progression. Permit fees were reduced to $55.00 in 
1993 in keeping with the policy of funding about fifty percent of the cost of 
tipping fees and transportation. 

Presently the Board is working to attain three sources for septage disposal to 
include Upper Blackstone, the main disposal site, and the Hull Wastewater Treat- 
ment Plan which accepts a small amount. Soon a site in Carver will be permitted. 
It is hoped that multiple sources will provide alternatives and competition for 
septage haulers. 

In anticipation of more stringent state requirements regarding cesspools and 
septic systems the Board appointed a Cesspool Study Committee to provide 
future guidance for the Board regarding how the Town should respond to these 
new requirements. The following are members of the Committee: J. Anson 
Whealler, Edward J. Connolly, Mark Bell, Kearin A. Dunn, Robert J. Moody, 
Thomas McMahon and William E. Baird. 

For the first time in half a century a real threat of rabies is present in Mass- 
chusetts. Already about thirty raccoons have tested positive for the rabies viruses 
in 1992. Because of this threat legislation was passed which requires that cats, 
as well as dogs, six months of age or older be vaccinated against rabies. The 
effective date of this law is February 24, 1993. 

The Revolving Account receipts and expenditures for septage disposal at 
Upper Blackstone Pollution Abatement District in 1992 were: 

Receipts $100,511.08 

Expenditures $105,006.03. 

Respectfully submitted, 
William E. Baird, P.E., Chairman 
Thomas C. Cook, P.E., Clerk 
Robert V. Davenport 

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METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL 

MAPC submitted a variety of Municipal Incentive Grant applications to 
EOCD for the communities we serve. Cohasset is one of the communities that 
will benefit from the Municipal Incentive Grant award to South Shore com- 
munities to develop and iihplement a program for sharing equalized equipment. 
The study wiU develop inventories of existing public works equipment, explore 
sharing agreements, and develop implementation strategies for participating 
communities. It is an outgrowth of MAPC's year-long joint services efforts de- 
signed to educate and inform member communities on new and cost effective 
ways of doing business. 

MetroPlan 2000 1992 activities included the Council's formal adoption of the 
housing, land resources, and transportation elements of the plan; development 
of a Capital Investment Program (CIP) to examine priorities for public infra- 
structure investments in the region; and initiation of the Concentrated Develop- 
ment Center (CDC) nomination process. 

MAPC also began an Overall Economic Development Program (OEDP) in 
1992 that is expected to result in substantial new investments to the region 
from the Economic Development Administration as well as other federal and 
state sources. 

In 1992, MAPC provided staff support to the South Shore CoaUtion (SSC) 
as well as the South Shore Regional Refuse Disposal Planning Board. MAPC 
staff coordinated SSC review and comment on the Transportation Improvement 
Program (TIP), transportation projects, and Developments of Regional Impacts 
(DRI); coordinated and co-sponsored a forum on the MWRA outfall pipe and 
coordinated meetings with state legislators. MAPC staff also helped the South 
Shore Regional Refuse Disposal Planning Board implement their 1992 Regional 
SoUd Waste Management Plan recommendations and the regional soUd waste 
management district feasibility study. A workshop co-sponsored with the Ameri- 
can Planning Association on developing master plans was also conducted. 

Last year's Data Center services to communities included development and 
distribution of Community Employment Forecasts used in long range highway, 
transit, water, and sewer planning; sponsorship of the Boston Area Census User's 
Conference featuring workshops on census data applications, reviews of major 
demographic patterns, and information on how to use new 1990 census informa- 
tion; development of the community profiles, a two-page summary of the first 
release of the 1990 census information; and analysis of the Fiscal 1993 State 
Budget to help inform communities of the differences between the governor's, 
senate and house program appropriations. 

Last year's transportation planning efforts included, development and distri- 
bution of the regional Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Fiscal 
Years 1993-1995. The document was distributed to all member communities and 
to ensure local input into the process, MAPC sponsored two information sessions 
on the TIP in July and again in December. Because the Intermodal Surface Trans- 
portation Efficiency Act of 1991 requires a reclassification of roadways, in 1992 
MAPC also provided member communities with maps of proposed functional 
classifications. All communities were offered an opportunity to comment. 



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MAPC's technical assistance on the new National Affordable Housing Act 
included preparation of local Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategies 
(CHAS), the HOME program, and consortia formation. On behalf of its com- 
munities, MAPC also participated in EOCD's Housing Policy Commission; sup- 
ported the Housing Bond Bill; and sought a state CHAS consistent with Metro 
Plan 2000 and beneficial to MAPC communities. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Martha K. Gjesteby 
MAPC Representative 

MOSQUITO CONTROL COMMITTEE 

The primary functions of the Mosquito Control Committee in 1992 were 
educating the citizens of Cohasset concerning mosquito control and surveying 
potential mosquito-breeding areas. The former mission involved a series of infor- 
mational handouts, including a "take-home" questionnaire distributed by the 
P.S.O., items in the local press, a brief presentation before the Town Meeting in 
June, and posters at various locations in Town. The survey involving potential 
breeding areas was primarily in response to requests for help from individual 
homeowners. Each such request was followed by an "on-site" survey and dis- 
cussion with the homeowner. This information was then submitted to the Ply- 
mouth County Mosquito Control Project (Dr. Kenneth Ludlam, Superintendent) 
for any follow-up activity. 

Our committee has also attempted to deal with current and possible future 
mosquito-control efforts by cooperating with our neighboring communities in 
Hull, Scituate, Hingham, Marshfield, etc. Two informal meetings were held at 
the Town Halls of Hull and Scituate with representatives from Towns within the 
Plymouth District. The impetus for establishing such a coalition was a meeting 
held in Dover on May 1 1th, at which a similar coalition of towns in the Norfolk 
County Mosquito Control Project was described. Since mosquitoes do not recog- 
nize town boundaries, cooperative efforts may produce more effective mosquito 
control. 

Linda Keller and Burk F. Ketcham have replaced James L. Gallagher and 
Dr. Mark L. Friedman, who resigned because of pressures of professional respon- 
sibilities. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles Gainor, Chairman 

Joan Prescott Busk, Secretary 

Ahx P. White 

Linda T. Keller 

Frank Burk Ketcham, Jr. 



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PLANNING BOARD 

The Cohasset Planning Board, under the authority granted to it by M.G.L. 
Chapter 40A, Chapter 41, and the Cohasset Zoning By-laws, fulfilled the follow- 
ing responsibilities in 1992: 

Reviewed for initial consideration or final approval three Site Plans for the 
Highway Business, Light Industry and Downtown Business Districts; 

Continued monitoring of approved Cluster Developments, Subdivisions, and 
Site Plans under construction. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Alfred S. Moore, Jr., Chairman 
WiUiam J. Good, Vice Chairman 
Jean H. Simonds, Clerk 
John F. O'Toole 
Robert H. Sturdy 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL PROJECT 

The Commissioners of the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project are 
pleased to submit the following report of our activities during 1992: 

The Project is a special district created by the State Legislature in 1957, and 
Town of Cohasset in Norfolk County. On April 1st, the Town of Hanover re- 
joined the Project. The Project is a regional response to a regional problem and 
provides a way of organizing specialized equipment, specially trained employees, 
and mosquito control professionals into a single agency with a broad geographical 
area of responsibility. 

In 1992, the Project was again challenged by the threat of the mosquito trans- 
mitted disease. Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). Spring and early summer were 
drier than normal. Residential complaints were received later, with isolated mos- 
quito problems in our coastal communities. Efforts were again aimed at larval 
mosquitoes starting with the spring brood, and aerial larviciding continued using 
B.T.I. , an environmentally selective bacterial agent. Upon emergence of the spring 
brood of adult mosquitoes, ultra-low-volume adulticiding began. The Project re- 
sponded to requests concerning mosquitoes, and all sprayers and trucks performed 
well with little time lost to breakdowns. 

EE Virus was first isolated from Culiseta melanura, a bird biting species, by 
the Massachusetts Department of Public Health from collections in Carver the 
week of August 23rd. Of the season's total often EEE isolates, six were from Ply- 
mouth County: Carver (8/23 and 9/28), Kingston (9/21 and 9/28), Brockton 
and Halifax (9/28). In September, a human case of EE was confimed in a 59-year- 
old man from Braintree who had been fishing in the Carver/Plymouth area during 
the last week of August. The recurring problem of EEE in Southeastern Massa- 
chusetts continues to ensure cooperation between this Project and the Massa- 
chusetts Department of Public Health. 

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The figures specific to the Town of Cohasset are given below. While mos- 
quitoes do not respect town lines the information given below does provide a 
tally of the activities which have had the greatest impact on the health and com- 
fort of Cohasset residents. 

Insecticide Application: 2,184 acres were treated using truck mounted 
sprayers for contol of adult mosquitoes. More than one apphcation was made to 
the same site is mosquitoes reinvaded the area. The first treatments were made in 
May and the last in October. 

Our greatest effort has been targeted at mosquitoes in the larval stage, 
which can be found in woodland pools, swamps, marshes, and other standing 
water areas. Inspectors continually gather data on these sites and treat with highly 
specific larvicides when immature mosquitoes are present. Last year a total of 85 
inspections were made to 76 catalogued breeding sites. 

Finally, we have been tracking complaint response time; that is, the time 
between notice of a mosquito problem and response by one of our inspectors. The 
complaint response time in the Town of Cohasset was less than two days, with 
more than 140 complaints answered. 

Water Management: During 1992, crews removed blockages, brush and other 
obstructions from 2,735 linear feet of ditches and streams to prevent overflows or 
stagnation that can result in mosquito breeding. This work, together with machine 
reclamation, is most often carried out in the fall and winter. 

Machine Reclamation: 515 linear feet of ditch was reconstructed in Cohasset 
using one of the Project's two track driven backhoes. 

Mosquito Survey: A systematic sampling of mosquitoes in Cohasset indi- 
cates that Coquillittidia per turbans was the most abundant species. Other impor- 
tant species collected inclu&QA Aedes vexans and Aedes abserratus. 

We encourage citizens or municipal officials to call our office for information 
about mosquitoes, mosquito-borne diseases, control practices, or any other 
natters of concern. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Carolyn Brennan, Chairman 
Robert A. Thorndike, 

Vice Chairman 
Richard E. Krugger, Sr., Secretary 
William J. Mara 
Leighton F. Peck, Jr. 
Kenneth W. Ludlan, Ph.D.,Supt. 

RECYCLING COMMITTEE 

The Recycling Committeeman report a successful yet busy year. Tight mar- 
kets for recycled goods have made delivery difficult as few vendors are interested 
in our products. We have been able to provide "cleaner" recycled products mainly 
through cooperation from residents. This means we need to separate more dili- 
gently to maintain a satisfactory product free from other materials. 

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A monitor has been hired on a part-time basis to help citizens in recycling. 
The Cohasset Boy Scouts have helped underwrite this cost. 

The latest addition to recycling has been magazines and "junk" mail. The 
state awarded the Town a four compartment bin that has proved very useful. 

A second bin has been awarded to Cohasset and we are currently planning a 
means of collecting office "white and computer" paper in same. 

A grant for the construction of a metal screen to encourage people to sift 
compost for home use was received and the unit is now in place. 

The Recycling Committee is continuing to find ways to better recycle and 
thus save money for the Town as well as to help the environment. 

We feel we have had a successful year thanks to the cooperation of Cohasset 
residents and Recycling Transfer Facility employees. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Chairman 
Merle S. Brown 
John F. Hubbard 



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PUBLIC SAFETY 

ANIMAL CONTROL DEPARTMENT 

As a result of all the publicity about the rabies outbreak in Massachusetts, 
^he Animal Control Department had a very busy spring, summer, and fall with 
regard to wildlife complaints and calls. 

The latest count puts the number of rabies positive cases in Massachusetts 
at 30. Of the 30 animals that were confirmed rabid by the State lab, 28 were 
raccoons, 1 was a skunk, and the last was a domestic cat. Most of the rabid 
animals were found in towns surrounding Fitchburg. One rabid raccoon was 
found in the Town o f Belmont . 

Although Cohasset has not had a confirmed case of rabies yet, residents 
should be very careful when dealing with a strange animal, and should not entice 
wUdhfe to their property with feeding. If you notice a wild or domestic animal 
acting strange, disoriented, overly friendly, or vicious, you should contact my 
office or the Police Department immediately. 

Residents should also be reminded that all cats and dogs, whether indoor or 
outdoor pets, should be vaccinated against rabies. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William P. Quigley 
Animal Control Officer 



EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 

During the past year our "emergencies" were limited and short-lived. We 
experienced one windstorm with high tides in December, but with pre-planning 
by all departments and prompt response by Eastern Edison Company, along with 
the American Red Cross, the Town was well prepared for any eventuaUty. 

The National Guard promptly suppUed large vehicles in the event we had to 
evacuate any areas. 

An evacuation center was estabUshed at Scituate High School, but proved 
urmecessary. 

The Town can be proud of its employees, as well as volunteers, for their 
devotion to duty despite trying moments. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 
Director 



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xlREDEPAKEVffiNT 

MRE SUPPRESSION 

1992 can be characterized as a year of rebuilding and reaffirmation of the 
Cohasset Fire Department as a combination, career/call fire protection deUvery 
system. At year's beginning, the call division was at an all time low state of 
readiness, membership at 13, protective clothing, equipment and training mar- 
ginal. At the direction of your Board of Selectmen, an aggressive recruiting 
campaign was undertaken, and resources were provided to expand the call force. 
At year's end, the call division was increased to 24 members, entry level recruit 
training was initiated, and all persoimel were outfitted with safety clothing and 
equipment. 

During 1992, programs initiated included armual hose testing, a fireground 
identification system, and monthly staff meetings. Departmental Standard Op- 
erating Procedures were reviewed and updated, and the Forestry truck, long out 
of service, was repaired, painted, and placed back into operations by career 
firefighters. 

Fire loss for the year was minimal, our largest loss fire the result of arson. 
Quick response and aggressive tactics by on-duty career persoimel were the pri- 
mary reasons, and numerous fires were extinguished in their early stages, keep- 
ing loss to a minimum. 

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 

During 1992, Advanced Life Support Services were introduced to Cohasset 
residents. Selectman Diana Kornet was instrumental in securing a contract with 
South Shore Hospital for paramedic services, supplementing our basic Hfe support 
ambulance program. 

The department added military anti-shock trousers to our equipment in- 
ventory, specified and awarded a bid to replace our 1985 ambulance, and re- 
affirmed the department's abiUty to collect ambulance fees. Collections for the 
past six months have exceeded collections for any entire year in Cohasset history, 
showing a 500% increase over last year. 

FIRE PREVENTION 

The majority of the department's resources are invested in suppression and 
emergency medical services. While much needs to be done in the area of fire pre- 
vention, the department did experience marginal gains (a 37% increase) in the 
areas of residential and commercial inspections. In addition, pubUc fire education 
activities and programs reached over 700 residents. 

ADMINISTRATION AND THE FUTURE 

During 1992 the community initiated a study of public safety and continued 
to participate in a study of regional fire protection service deUvery. Labor con- 
tract negotiations were entering their third year without agreement, and signi- 
ficant attention has been focused on the per capita cost of service delivery in 
Cohasset. These factors have and continue to generate an air of uncertainty 
within the organization, and are challenging to both departmental and com- 
munity leaders. 

The challenge for 1993 will be to build and reach consensus within the 

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community on fire protection and emergency medical delivery services. Defining 
the community's desire for services and acceptable response times, at a cost that 
everyone is willing to pay, will be a difficult process. The good news is that it 
has already begun, and it promises continuing operational efficiency and effec- 
tiveness. 

Structure Fires 43 

Outdoor Fires 48 

Motor Vehicles Fires 9 

Motor Vehicle Accidents 30 

Medical Aid Calls (Transports 389) 474 

Investigations 163 

Public Assists 72 

Miscellaneous Calls 354 

Total Emergency Responses 1190 

Inspections 412 

Permits/Certificates/Reports Issued 279 

Total Inspection Activities 691 

Non-Ambulance Fees Collected $ 4,648.00 

Ambulance Fees Collected $48,383.29 



Total Revenue Collections $53 ,03 1 .29 

Respectfully submitted, 

John R. Nadeau 
Fire Chief 

HARBOR MASTER 

1992 was another successful boating season with no fatahties. The Harbor 
Department assisted thirty-four disabled boaters. 

Again this year the Harbor was very fortunate to sustain little damage during 
the December storm. Credit for this can be attributed to the assistance of Dave 
Marks, Cliff Dickson, and the fishermen of Cohasset in helping to secure floats, 
check mooring lines, and in keeping a watch on the Harbor throughout the 
storm. Thanks also go to Harold Litchfield of the Highway Department and Peter 
Laugelle of the Tree and Park Department for providing equipment to repair 
ramps, and for the removal of old boat cradles floating free from Bassings Beach. 
Their assistance is greatly appreciated. 

With the help and knowledge of Bob Baggs, the floor joists to the storage 
shed were replaced and one side repaired to deter the threat of a cave-ir* 

Respectfully submitted, 

Irving E. Gadow, Jr. 
Harbor Master 



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POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Uniform Crime Report 1992 Statistics 

Offense Reported 

Rape 2 

Robbery 1 

Assaults 22 

Breaking and Entering 27 

B&E or Larceny from M/V 30 

Larceny 87 

Larceny of M/V 10 

Vandalism/Malicious Destruction of Property 124 

Motor Vehicle Accidents Investigated 97 

Traffic Citations Issued 1259 

Residential & Business Alarms Answered 667 

Stolen motor vehicles recovered 6 

Official complains received 3796 

Department vehicles-patrol mileage 173879 

Special Details 503 

Bicycle registered 36 

RECORD OF ARRESTS 1992 

Offense Male Female 

Abuse Petitions 1 

Assault & Battery 2 

Assault with Intent/Murder 2 

Affray 4 

Breaking & Enter/NT 4 1 

CHINS 3 

Disorderly Conduct 1 

Domestic Violence 4 1 

Larceny/Attempt 2 

Larceny of M/V .4 

Minor Poss/Transporting Alcohol 4 

Motor Vehicle Violations 6 

Operating Under Influence Alcohol 14 4 

Possession Altered License 2 1 

Protective Custody 41 1 

Rape 1 

Trespassing 3 

Violation Drug Laws 3 1 

Violation Town By-Law 1 

Warrant Arrests 17 4 

FEES RETURNED TO GENERAL FUND ^^^^ ^"^^^^ ^ ^^ 

Court fines & assessments $ 1 3 ,445 .00 

Parking Violations $ 16 ,501 .00 

Paid Detail Surcharge $ 5,879.00 

License Fees $ 1,088.00 

Requests for Police Reports 594.50 

Restitution 300.00 „ ^ „ 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph M. Kealey, Chief 
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WIRE DEPARTMENT 

I herewith submit the Annual Report of the Wire Department for the 
year ending December 31,1 992 : 

FIRE AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS 

Two thousand feet of new alarm wire was installed for replacement of dam- 
aged wire and pole changeovers. Three new alarm boxes were installed on com- 
mercial buildings and tied into the Alarm System. Repairing of alarm movements 
was done within the department. Boxes were tested and timed for proper opera- 
tion and painting was started. Traffic lights were refitted with new timers and 
flashing units. 

WIRE INSPECTIONS 

All electrical work performed by contractors working in Town was inspected 
by the Wire Department and fees collected were turned in to the Town Treasurer. 

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS TO TOWN BUILDINGS 

All electrical work to Town owned buildings and properties was performed 
by the Wire Department. 

I wish to thank the Board of Selectmen for its cooperation with the depart- 
ment and the men who worked with me this past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Stephen J. Wigmore 
Superintendent of Wires 



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PUBLIC WORKS 

CEMETERY STUDY COMMITTEE 

We report no progress in 1992 on identifying an alternative site to the 
Pleasant Lane location. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Glenn A. Pratt, Chairman 
Peter G. Laugelle (ex officio) 
Mary A. Hartwell 
Jane M. Hamilton 
Nancy C. Snowdale 
Gerard L. Deveney 

GOVERNMENT ISLAND STUDY COMMITTEE 

This committee consists of seven individuals (volunteers), interested in 
maintaining this historic piece of Cohasset's land area (7.37 acres). Our respon- 
sibility is to make suggestions regarding maintenance and improvements of the 
Island to the Board of Selectmen. The Board will authorize expenditures if it 
feels they are advisable. These are, in some cases, brought before Town Meeting 
to be approved by the voters. 

During 1992 we held four meeting to discuss: 

1 . General conditions of the Island. 

2. Election of Officers and welcoming a new member. 

3 . Status of the Minots light project. 

4. Discussion of the Lighthouse Keeper's Duplex. 

5 . Other new business. 

The Committee is pleased to welcome its new member, James R. Bonetti. 
We also wish to thank outgoing member Vivian H. McCormack for her service 
on the Committee. 

The Lighthouse Keeper's house, now undergoing major renovations, is a 
very important piece of property, not only to the history of lighthouses in the 
United States and worldwide, but also to the history of Cohasset. We hope that 
when it is completed it will stiU remind those Townspeople and visitors of the 
life of the Keepers from the mid 1800s to the mid 1900s. 

This Committee firmly believes that the Island (formerly known as Doanes 
Island, now Government Island) is one of Cohasset's greatest assets, historically, 
commercially and recreationally. We want it to be walked, studied, looked at, 
appreciated and loved by the Townspeople and visitors alike. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 
Richard P. Barrow 
James R. Bonetti 
Robert M. Davenport 
Noel A. Ripley 

Irving E. Gadow, Jr., Harbor Master 
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HARBOR COMMITTEE 

The Harbor Committee held a pubHc hearing in regards to the Harbor Master 
Plan that was drawn up in 1980. The purpose of the meeting was to review that 
plan and then update it. Some of the original recommendations had been followed 
through, but for various reasons many had not. 

A harbor cleanup day was held 6/13/92. The harbor area from the Yacht 
Club to Government Island was cleaned with the help of volunteers and the Tree 
and Park Department. 

The planned dredging that was to be completed in the latter part of the year 
has been postponed due to the storms, and will be completed in early 1993. 

The by-law was revised allowing a grace period of 15 days for failure to re- 
affirm for the mooring Ust, or paying the mooring fee on time. This revision will 
allow a person to stay on the mooring list, or keep the mooring; however, a fine 
will have to be paid. The amount is to be set by the Board of Selectmen, 

At the request of the Selectmen the Committee is attempting to locate a 
firm that can tow and store boats that are illegally moored in the harbor. The 
Committee has located two firms, and will conclude this issue prior to the 1993 
boating season. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John Pfaffmann, Chairman 
John F. Bertolami, Vice-Chairmar 
Peter J. Wood, Secretary 
Shelanne S. Durkin 
Domenic M. Baccari 
Lorren S. Gibbons 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

During the months of January, February and March we concentrated our 
efforts on snow removal and ice control. Once again I feel we can all be proud 
of the job the men from the Highway Department and the hired contractors have 
done in keeping our streets safe during the winter months. Cohasset is indeed one 
of the safest towns for travel after a snow storm, and for that we can thank these 
conscientious workers. 

We were also still cleaning up after the "No Name" storm during the month 
of January. 

With any break in the weather, my Department worked on the repair and/or 
replacement of catch basins and connecting pipes. In all, two basins were rebuilt 
and one raised. Forty feet of pipe was installed. 

During the spring months we were able to remove the asphalt at the Deer Hill 
School to make room for the additional playing fields. We then removed the 
Jungle Gym from the Joseph Osgood School, replaced the fence along Border 
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Once the good weather arrived, we started our program of road sweeping. 
Every street was swept and cleaned of the build-up of sand and general debris. 
During the following months the sweeper was out frequently, keeping the streets 
clean. 

During the year my men replaced or repaired signs where needed. 

The Highway Department was also active in road resurfacing in 1992. With 
money entirely from State Grants we resurfaced Border, HiU, Ash, Spring Streets, 
and Gushing Road. The Department also resurfaced various sidewalks around 
Town. Using 560 tons of asphalt, various roads were grader patched. 

During the summer months we sealed the Fire Station ramp and then re- 
moved a gas tank at the High School. We then built the new intersection at King 
and Beechwood Streets. Along with the Tree and Park Department we planted 
six arborvitae at the Town Hall and two spruce trees on Hull Street. 

The Highway Department also installed a new drainage system on Linden 
Drive. 

During the fall we began working on the walkway between the Town Parking 
Lot and the center of Town. This project was time consuming, but certainly 
worthwhile for its beauty. 

Finally, the Blizzard of '92 kept us busy cleaning sand and stone from road- 
ways and other areas. 

I would like to extend special thanks to my men and to the men from the 
Tree and Park, Wire, and Water Departments. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harold W. Litchfield 
Highway Surveyor 



PUBLIC WORKS GARAGE STUDY COMMITTEE 

The Public Works Garage Study Committee was formed to study the require- 
ments of and potential sites for a centraUzed pubUc works faciUty. Specific tasks 
to be accomplished include the following: 

Review the data and conclusions of the Town Garage Study Committee; 

Review the data and conclusions of the PubUc Works Study Committee; 

Determine the space needs for equipment and persormel of the various 
public works functions and operations, including school department and 
refueling depot; 

Survey the Town for potential sites ; and 

Review zoning, wetlands and locational issues of each site . 

During 1992 the Committee has reviewed the final reports prepared by the 
Town Garage Study Committee and the Public Works Study Committee. To deter- 
mine the space needs and other requirements for a centralized faciUty, we have 
met with representatives of the Highway Department, the Tree and Park Depart- 

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ment, and the School Department. In addition, Committee members have visited 
the current facilities used by the Highway Department and Tree and Park Depart- 
ment. 

With regard to potential sites, the initial focus of the Committee was to 
evaluate the facihty formerly occupied by Winter Gardens, since this property 
was available for purchase. Based on this evaluation, the Committee determined 
that the use of this faciHty for a centralized pubHc works facility did not make 
sense from an economic standpoint. 

In addition to the former Winter Gardens facility, several potential sites on 
land owned by the Town of Cohasset have been identified based on a review of 
the report prepared by the Town Garage Study Committee and maps provided by 
the Town Assessors' Office. Specifically, the following four sites are under con- 
sideration: 

Assessors Plan 18. Location of the Highway Department Garage behind 
the Red lion Inn. This includes 45,785 square feet, plus a portion of 
the municipal parking lot (Plans 27 and 18). These plots back up to 
the old railroad right of way. 

Assessors Plan 42. 'School Department' land between Sohier Street to 
Smith Place and westerly to Route 3A (approximately 70 acres). 

Assessors Plan 15. The gravel pit land opposite the westerly end of Red 
Gate Lane and backing up to the Little League Field (part of 8.85 
acres). 

Assessors Plan 5. The transfer station on Cedar Street (part of 19.13 
acres). 

As a first step in assessing the suitability of these sites, other Town Com- 
mittees and Boards have been asked for any comments or concerns that they 
may have regarding these four sites. 

During 1993 the Committee will focus on the following activities: 

Documentation of the space needs and other specialized requirements 
for a centralized public works facility; 

Identification and, to the extent possible, quantification of the benefits 
associated with a centrahzed facility; and 

Documentation of the advantages and disadvantages of potential sites. 

We anticipate that a final report will be prepared early in 1993. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Terry J. Atherton, Chairman 
John J. Riley 
Bruce A. Edmonds 
Peter L. Goedecke 
Austin L. Ahern, Jr. 



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REGIONAL REFUSE DISPOSAL PLANNING COMMITTEE 

The Regional Refuse Disposal Planning Committee is made up of three 
members from each often towns. Those towns are Cohasset, Duxbury, Hanover, 
HIngham, Hull, Marshfield, Norwell, Rockland, Scituate and Weymouth. Co- 
hasset's members are appointed by the Town Moderator. The Planning Commit- 
tee has met monthly this past year and is presently writing an agreement and 
budget which must be voted on by the Town at a Town Meeting. The three 
members from Cohasset will continue to participate on this Committee and 
present the agreement and budget to the Town as soon as it is finalized. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Barbara A. Kern 
Thomas L. O'Brien 
AhxP.White 



SEWER COMMISSION 

The Town's Waste Water Treatment Plant C*WWTP") continued its excellent 
record in 1992 under the Town's operation and maintenance contract with Pro- 
fessional Services Group, Inc. 

The Sewer Commissioners continued their efforts to obtain State approval 
of the proposed plant expansion and modernization as an acceptable alternative 
to the far more costly "Hull Plan". To this end, we arranged a visit to the 
WWTP by Daniel S. Greenbaum, Commissioner of the Department of Environ- 
mental Protection ("DEP"), and Edward Kunce, Deputy Commissioner of the 
DEP for Operations. We believe that Messrs. Greenbaum and Kunce were favor- 
ably impressed with the Cohasset operation and tentatively sympathetic to the 
Commissioners' proposal for expansion and modernization of the WWTP, parti- 
cularly since this would be undertaken without State funding. The Commission- 
ers intend to pursue this alternative vigorously in 1993. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edward M. Guild, Chairman 
Henry A. Rattenbury 
R. Gary Vanderweil 
Sewer Commissioners 

TREE, PARKAND CEMETERY DEPARTMENT 

The Tree, Park and Cemetery Department was as busy as usual maintaining 
the parks, commons and playing fields. 

The Department had additional work at the Little League Field assisting in 
the installation of a batting cage and planting shrubs. We repaired and replaced 
posts, ties and some chain link fencing at Milliken and Beechwood Fields. 

The Tree Department removed dangerous branches and trimmed out dead 
wood on roadsides, all three schools, and parks. 

The Department will be doing drainage work soon at the Beechwood Ball 

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Park to relieve a dangerous situation tliat has occurred in the last three or four 
years. 

The Department had additional work with the Northeast and "No Name" 
storms. 

We assisted the Highway Department with the James Brook Walkway and 
in planting trees around the square. 

The Tree, Park and Cemetery Department would like to thank departments 
who assisted in cleaning up after the storms and also those who assisted our 
Department during the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Peter G. Laugelle, Superintendent 



WATER DEPARTMENT 

Total production of the treatment faciUty for the year ending December 31, 
1992, was 194,282,200 gallons of drinking water. This is a slight decrease from 
previous years and is predicated on the unseasonably cold summer months we 
experienced. An ongoing and aggressive preventative maintenance program for 
both the treatment facility and distribution system is a major priority. However, 
due to the advancing age of the facility and associated pumping and purification 
equipment, some unscheduled emergency repairs should be anticipated in the 
future. In addition, every effort is being made to reduce or eliminate expenses 
and still maintain the same level of service to the community and upkeep of our 
systems. 

Mr. Franl C. J. Hamilton resigned as Superintendent after many years of 
service to pursue a teaching career and other endeavors. His knowledge and ex- 
pertise wiU be missed, but we wish him the best of luck in his chosen career. 

State and federal mandated requirements continue to change on an almost 
daily basis to assure compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act. We can an- 
ticipate and will meet or surpass the more stringent guidelines being set forth, 
but this will be at an added expense to the Department. 

The Department would like to acknowledge the cooperation of other Town 
departments with special emphasis and thanks to Highway Superintendent 
Harold Litchfield and his staff. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ronald H. Goodwin 
WiUiam J. Montuori 
James R. Sheerin 
Commissioners 



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HUMAN SERVICES 

COUNCIL ON AGING 

The Cohasset Council on Aging (COA) has continued its effort to meet the 
mandate of Chapter 40, Section 8B of the Massachusetts General Laws..." to 
coordinate and carry out programs designed to meet the problems of aging in 
coordination with programs of the Executive Office of Elder Affairs." 

During 1992, the Senior Center continued to act as the central mechanism 
for the deUvery of services and activities to Cohasset's Senior citizens' population 
by offering services and programs that would help them lead more independent 
and self-reHant lives. Programs concerning legal issues, such as estate planning, 
probating wills, the newly enacted Health Care Proxy, and various Medigap poU- 
cies, were among the educational forums held at the Center. 

In addition, a cataract and cholesterol screening, along with the monthly 
blood pressure clinics, were all well attended. 

A review of the past year's record illustrates that 30,571 units of services 
were provided to 560 individuals coming into the Center, and 250 at home util- 
ized service that were provided via the aging network and support system. 

The Outreach program has had one of the largest growth in services. Susan 
Connolly continues to oversee the program area and has assisted a number of 
older adults within the community, while supporting and providing an avenue 
for the provision of services for the spouse, caregivers and/or family members. 
Outreach is one of the most important facets of our department. The main goal 
of Outreach has always been to meet the needs of seniors. We will continue to 
seek out ways to improve our methods in meeting these needs and we will con- 
tinue trying to achieve this by "reaching out" and offering assistance and/or 
support to the individual. 

AccompUshments in 1991-2 include the Council becoming a sponsor of the 
SHARE program serving 197 different participants. The duplicated units of 
food totaled 947 from September 1991 - June 1992. 

The SHINE Program continues to be a very popular program at the Council. 
This past May, Pat Ryan left the position of Coordinator after three years. The 
Council is indebted to Pat Ryan for her efforts to keep the Program thriving and 
to serve more elders with fewer resources. The Program served more than 300 
seniors. In addition, counselors recovered a total of $16,083.12 on behalf of 
their cHents. Pat's replacement, Kathy Glenzel has returned to the position 
she originally held and we welcome her. In September 1992, Kathy organized 
a SHINE Training for new volunteers held at St. Anthony's Church. All volunteers 
will be certified before placement into the surrounding towns. 

VOLUNTEERS continue to be the backbone of our department. In 1992, 
we were most fortunate to have received in-kind service that would have cost 
$190,000. This represents 21,031 hours in volunteer services, including 2,958 
hours from the SHARE program. Other examples of dedication and commitment 
are driving the shuttle, helping with the nutrition program, program instruction, 
assisting in the office, working at Town Hall, sending out the monthly VISTA, 
SHINE counseling, and the telephone reassurance program. 

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As we look back on this past year, we feel the Council should be very proud 
of its accomplishments: making a smooth transition for the Service for Seniors 
Program from the Social Service League; helping to institute the SHINE program 
last Fall; working to make the first WINTERFEST a great success; the upgrading 
of the CO A Director's position. Over the past year, we increased our involvement 
with the School and Town organizations. This is a great benefit not only to the 
seniors, but also to the students and families here in Cohasset. 

The major event this year is the new addition to the Community Center. The 
Council on Aging has reached a crossroad where some of the programs had to be 
limited because of space limitations. When we finish this addition, it is hoped 
most of the programs and classes will again be under one roof. 

Lastly, our Council, and indeed our community, was saddened to lose David 
Chittim this past year. His interest and dedication to people in need will be sorely 
missed. 

We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to the 
volunteers who are the mainstay of this operation, and to the "Friends" of the 
Cohasset Council on Aging for their financial support. We also appreciate the 
support and dedication of our staff, and the many Town departments that have 
been very helpful to the Council on Aging. 

Respectfully submitted, 

T. Gerard Keating, Chairman 

Sumner Smith, Jr., Vice Chairman 

Anna A. Abbruzzese, Secretary 

Joseph D. Buckley, Treasurer 

Margaret W. Casey, Program Coord. 

Austin L. Ahearn, Jr. 

Rose M. Kierce 

Edward T. Mulvey 

Austin F. O'Toole 

David Chittim (deceased 1992) 



COHASSET COMMON HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION 



During the 1992 calendar year the Commission held four regular meetings. 
The Commission also held two special meetings and one pubHc hearing. The new 
schedule for the regular meetings is the first Monday of March, June, September 
and December. 

Three Certificates of Appropriateness were approved by the Commission. 

The Commission accepted with regret the resignation of Jim Murphy. All 
vacancies on the Commission have been filled by the Board of Selectmen. 



Respectfully submitted, 
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Marian C. Atkinson, Chairman 

James M. Sandell, Vice Chairman 

Donald J. Evans 

Gail Parks 

Mary Jane Larson 

David Buick 

Mary C. Hartshome 

Karen L. Kirkendall 

Elizabeth M. Bates, Secretary 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Working with the Department of Mental Retardation and EOCD, the renova- 
tion of the Trettis house was completed in the fall and four clients moved in on 
November 17th. Human Service Options, Inc. of Braintree is the vendor agency 
and oversees the operation of the house and the supervision of the cUents. 

Working through Eastern Utilities, the Authority replaced kitchen Hghting 
fixtures in sixty-four apartments and replaced thirty-two apartment building 
hall fixtures with energy saving fluorescent Hghts. Five hot water heaters were 
installed, which completed the replacement of all water heaters throughout the 
complex. 

Participation in the Federal Section Eight program continues, however, no 
certificates have been received in the past four years. 

State appointee Frederick Koed's term expired in November and he was re- 
placed by Richard Silvia. Members of the board and the director expressed to Fred 
their appreciation of his efforts to expand housing units in town. His expertise 
in all phases of housing matters was also much appreciated. 

The Authority wishes to thank the Highway Department, Fire Department, 
Social Service League, Visiting Nurses, Council on Aging, Homemakers, and all 
agencies that contribute to the health and well being of the residents of Harbor- 
view. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John D. Muncey, Chairman 
Ralph PerronceUo, Vice-Chairman 
Stephen F. Wigmore, Treasurer 
Frederick R. Koed, Asst. Treasurer 
Joanne Young-Nawn, Asst. Secy. 
Barbara H. Clain, Exec. Director 

DRUG AND ALCOHOL COMMITTEE 

The Drug and Alcohol Committee continued to reach out to the community 
in an effort to increase awareness of substance use and abuse. The new year began 
with the initiation of a very successful 'Winterfest", a Drug Free Weekend in Co- 
hasset. A steering committee, cochaired by Ned Tebbetts and Karen Hettstrom, 

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organized a weekend filled with activities for every segment of the community. 
Due to its success, another Drug Free Weekend is in the planning stages. 

In June the committee presented graduates of Cohasset High School with 
commemorative key chains with the reminder that "Friends do not let friends 
drive drunk". 

The committee mailed the "Red Book" resource material to parents of in- 
coming 7th graders. An extra effort was made to impress upon the parents of 6th 
graders the importance of "Safe Homes" and the need to provide supervision at 
teen parties. The number of participating families in "Safe Homes" increased 
significantly this year, with almost 45% of the eligible famiUes now participating. 
The committee again traveled to neighboring towns to provide insight and sug- 
gestions for planning "Safe Homes" programs. 

The results of a comprehensive survey of drug use at Cohasset High School 
clearly indicate that we must do more to educate our children about substance 
abuse. In October the committee voted unanimously to pursue the implementa- 
tion of the D.A.R.E. program in Cohasset at the 6th grade level. In addition to 
the comprehensive health education program in effect in Cohasset, the committee 
believes that the D.A.R.E. program will offer reinforcement at a critical age. 

This year brought the resignation of several of the original members of the 
committee, and we thank them for their efforts and their commitment in bring- 
ing the issues of substance use to the public. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Eleanor M. Waal, Chairman 

James Edward Carroll, Jr., V.Chrmn 

Clark Chatterton 

Elaine Burke Davis 

Teresa E. Duggan 

Robert W. Jackson 

Sandra S. Kent 

Ralph D. Kidder (resigned) 

Keith F. Knowles 

Mary P. Mack 

Linda J. McCarthy, Secretary 

Kathleen M. O 'Sullivan (resigned) 

Susan M. Shumaker (term expired) 

Thomas Wigmore (resigned) 



HANDICAPPED COMMISSION 

During the 1992 calendar year, the application for a wheelchair van was 
accepted. Therefore, the Handicapped Commissions and the Councils on Aging 
will share expenses and time. The Handicapped Commission will complete plans 
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Appreciation is expressed to past members John Zotos, Pamela Johansen and 
Cynthia Kuppens for their dedication to the Handicapped Commission. 

The Handicapped Commission would like to express thanks to the Uaisons 
who are willing to volunteer their knowledge and time to varied issues concerning 
the disabled. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Michele A. Buckley, Chairman 
John Zotos (term expired) 
Deborah J. Richards 
Pamela MacLean Johansen 

(term expired) 
Katherine S. Bryant 
Barbara L. OTray 
Cynthia A. Kuppens (resigned) 
Helen C. Northnagle 
Christopher Laugelle 



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HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

We got a slow start on the Minot's Light repHca; however, similar to two 
years ago, there will be great progress this coming spring. It will be sandblasted, 
painted, the window glass installed, and hopefully, the upper railings wiQ be 
installed. We also hope to have the interior of the watchroom bricked. There is 
still a long way to go to its completion, but there will be marked progress in 
1993. 

Fund raising continues and we have been steadily selling tee shirts, sweat 
shirts, license plates and tote bags. Wig Pierson had his own tee shirt campaign 
and gave a generous contribution to the project. We are going to be selling 
prints suitable for framing of the iron light's destruction, the interim light- 
ship, and a print of the present structure. These prints are copies of early pen- 
and-ink sketches of the 1850-60's. 

Work continues on the Town-wide survey. We are in the process of sub- 
mitting Government Island and the Town Common for listing in the National 
Registry of Historic Places. There is much to be done and there are many quali- 
fied and deserving structures within the Town that could be nominated. David 
Wadsworth has laboriously indexed the survey on the computer as it progresses. 

Our chief reason for existence is to promote and try to protect the historical 
integrity of the Town of Cohasset. We meet each month on the second Monday 
in the Town Hall. We welcome visitors and input from interested citizens. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 
David H. Wadsworth 
Barbara L. Dillon 
Judith E. Fitzsimmons 
Nancy C. Snowdale 
Hamilton T. Tewksbury 
Wigmore A. Pierson 



PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

The Trustees of the Paul Pratt Memorial Library are proud to report a 
year of real progress and a good return on the tax dollar at Cohasset's public 
library. 

Circulation "on line". Years of planning, spending, and extraordinary effort by 
the library staff came to fruition on December 29th, when the library's circulation 
system went "on line". 

While the marvels of electronics are hardly new phenomena, nonetheless the 
Old Colony Library Network (OCLN) system's handling of check-out and returns 
of library materials at the circulation desk seems quite astonishing. And perhaps it 
should, since this "magic", in fact, has been the result of painstaking re-cata- 
loguing of all the 50-odd thousand items in the library; for each library item, 

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complete data needed entry into the OCLN database, and a barcode affixed to 
each object. 

This monumental task has taken several years to complete. While some tem- 
porary staff did a considerable amount of the data entry, our own permanent 
staff was able to maintain cheerful and effective library service during a long 
transition period, and, at the same time, complete a significant portion of the 
data entry. Their professionaUsm in these circumstances has been both impres- 
sive and very much appreciated by the trustees, volunteers, and library users. 

New library card. Similarly, on the customer end, the new circulation system 
meant that new hbrary cards were needed which would permit the appUcation of 
an identifying user-barcode. The trustees suggested and the Friends of the Co- 
hasset Library, Inc. enthusiastically took up the idea of designing a logo for the 
hbrary which could be used on a new user card as well as other materials. John 
Hartshome of Border Street and his daughter Ellen, of Columbus, Ohio, a profes- 
sional graphic artist, collaborated in using the library's weathervane to design a 
logo and a library card for the library. Their generous contribution of their time 
and talent has greatly benefitted the town. 

Other gifts and free services. In addition to the marvelous Hbrary card, the 
Friends, under Patience G. Towle's leadership, contributed in other very impor- 
tant ways to the library. More than fifty volunteers worked at the library during 
the year, at a value of $30,000 of equivalent paid time. Beyond that help to the 
budget, the Friends purchased family passes to the Museum of Fine Arts, the 
Museum of Science, the New England Aquarium, and the Children's Museum. 
The Friends also gave an outright gift of $4,500 to the library to buy books, as 
well as paying for the books awarded in the children's summer reading program. 
The Friends are also helping to "market" the Ubrary with the sale of attractive 
canvas book bags, and by contributing weekly news to the Cohasset Mariner *s 
library corner. 

A bequest of $5,000 from the estate of Ruth H. Barrett, and a $2,000 gift 
to the Evelyn Wood Book Fund were welcome additions to the Ubrary's endow- 
ment this year. $11,924 of endowment income was used in support of the 
library's budget. Cohasset again quahfied for state aid to Ubraries, in the amount 
of $5,267. 

Other. A first contract between the Town and the hbrary employees' union 
was negotiated and approved by Town Meeting. An OCLN computer terminal 
has been located in the High School library for students' use during the day, with 
the school budget assuming the library's costs for it. Lastly, repairs to the li- 
brary's cupola are underway, and new, more efficient lighting wiU soon be pro- 
vided under an Eastern Edison rebate program. 

The Paul Pratt Memorial Library is one of Cohasset's treasures, under the very 
capable management of Richard E. Hayes, Chief Librarian. The trustees take 
responsibility for its well-being very seriously and would welcome comments or 
suggestions at any time. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sheila S. Evans, Chairman 
Trustees of the Paul Pratt 
Memorial Library 

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RECREATION COMMISSION 

It gives me great pleasure to report to residents the activities of their Re- 
creation Commission for Fiscal Year 1992. 

During the year, 6,685 individuals of all ages participated in a variety of 
structured programs, activities and special events. While budget restrictions 
persist, more latitude of use of the Revolving Account Fund for 100% Self- 
Supporting Programs has been possible due to legislative modification of the 
RAF laws and guidelines. Currently, most programming is conducted via the RAF 
Accounts, causing no impact upon taxpayers. The Recreation Commissioners 
adopted an Administrative Service Fee charge to all RAF programs during Fiscal 
Year 1992, providing a financial system that reimburses taxpayers for the costs 
and time encumbrances of RAF Program operations. That is, the ASF revenues 
are deposited into the General Fund of the Town, hence, can be applied to 
offset tax rated the following Fiscal Year. Collectively, it is the revenue produced 
via Administrative Service Fee's fees for budget sponsored programs and beach 
parking sticker sales that reimburses taxpayers for the budget of their Recreation 
Commission. Only revenue on deposit in the General Fund can be considered re- 
capitalization revenue. 

In Fiscal Year 1992, the Recreation Commission produced for the General 
Fund $60,016.60. Concurrently, during the same period, $73,614.60 was trans- 
acted via Revolving Account Funds for 100% Self-Supporting Programs via fees 
charged participants for a variety of services. Another $24,089.00 was transacted 
via other self-supporting financial systems during F.Y. 1992, manifesting a col- 
lective $157,720.20 of recreational services to residents from the $66,963.00 
budget of the Commission. These figures do not include the thousands of man 
hours that are annually donated by hundreds of residents, in support of a variety 
of program operations. 

Municipal recreation is for the benefit of aU residents and we continue to 
direct our efforts towards assurance of equal access and opportunity for the 
entire community. To this end, a specific and calculated portion of revenue was 
not collected this year from residents who were temporarily unable to pay full 
fee charges for services. In many instances time was volunteered in lieu of full fee 
payments, benefiting the department and participants of programs. 

The burden placed upon public recreation during difficult economic times, 
makes our encumbent responsibilities more difficult to satisfy, yet acutely demon- 
strates the necessity for governmental bodies to remain flexible and responsive to 
dynamic community needs. No child or youth should be eliminated from partici- 
pation in any municipally sponsored leisure service because of any financial cir- 
cumstance that might prevail, and an investment in our young people is a very 
apparent and worthwhile investment in our community. The concept of equal 
opportunity and access for all residents under all conditions epitomizes the 
general philosophies and principles of pubHc recreation. 

Programming represents only one of the responsibilities, duties, and func- 
tions as prescribed and conferred upon the Recreation Commission by both 
Massachusetts General Laws and By-Laws of the Town.. Continuing efforts from 

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F.Y. 91 are focused upon upgrading and renovating existing outdoor recreational 
facilities under the jurisdiction of the Commission. Current projects include 
repairs and additional apparatus for the Beechwood Field Playground, re-Ughting 
the MiUiken Field Tennis Courts, and installation of new lights and basketball 
standards, boards and rims at the Osgood School Basketball Court. 

During the October 30, 1991 storm damage to lights and light poles were 
sustained at the Osgood Basketball Court by high winds. As a result of insurance 
claims, new Hghts have been purchased and Eastern Edison has erected a new 
light pole. The Cohasset Basketball Boosters Club has purchased two sets of bas- 
ketball standards, boards and goals for that facility. With the new court surface, 
completed last year via the auspices of the Highway Department, along with 
future regrading of the grounds adjacent to the court, the Osgood lighted basket- 
ball facility will soon be in top-notch condition. 

It has been and continues to be, through a blending of private and public 
resources and funding, that most facilities have been upgraded and/or renovated. 
Numerous town departments and officials have continued to support our efforts 
in this area, for which we remain enormously grateful. 

The seven member, elected board of Recreation Commissioners, volunteer 
their services to the town and department, meeting regularly in order to discuss a 
wide spectrum of topics relative to the leisure needs and pursuits of all residents. 
Further, the Commissioners estabUsh poUcy, and provide departmental direction, 
support and assistance. Each meeting is pubUcly posted at least on week prior to 
date and residents are cordially invited to attend and participate in any meeting. 
Essential to our proper function, and absolutely vital towards success, is the 
ability to remain responsive and dynamic to changing community needs. We 
consider your input and feedback our most important source of guidance. 

The Recreation Commission wishes to acknowledge gratitude to the many 
individuals, civic and business organizations, school and sports groups, Town 
boards, committees, and departments who have lent their support and assistance 
in our efforts to best serve the recreational and leisure needs of residents of all 
ages. While too numerous to mention each by name, none are forgotten and aU 
are sincerely appreciated and thanked. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Richard P. Barrow, Chairman 

Thomas Wigmore, Vice-Chairman 

Terry E. Duggan, Secretary 

Shelanne S. Durkin 

Stephen C. Endris 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Mary K. Muncey 

John M. Worley, Director 



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SOCIAL SERVICE LEAGUE 

The Social Service League, under contract with the Board of Health, offers 
Public Health Nursing Services to Town residents. The services include: monthly 
Keep Well Clinics, health promotion and education programs, and communicable 
disease report follow-up. The League office at 16 Highland Avenue is open for 
blood pressure checks, diabetic screenings, tuberculin testing, and general health 
consultations. The office hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 
ajn. to 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 1 :30 p.m. 

Monthly Keep Well Clinics are held at the 60+ Club meetings, Senior Lunch- 
eons at the Parish House and at Harborview senior citizens' housing. These clinics 
are open to all Town residents. 

Additional activities this year included: Annual Health Fair in May, two 
Mammography screenings, two Flu Clinics in October, participation in a First 
Aid Class at the Town Recreation Department's summer program at the Osgood 
School, and speaking to the Junior/Senior class at Cohasset High School on career 
day. 

Community education programs offered this year included: "Women's Heart 
Health" presented by the American Heart Association, a program on Breast 
Cancer by Dr. Dixie Mills of the Faulkner Breast Clinic, and a program on new 
immunization guidelines presented by Lisa Berger, epidemiologist from Mass. 
Dept. of Public Health. 

The Social Service League continues to cooperate with the Board of Health, 
the Council on Aging, the Cohasset schools and area physicians to improve health 
awareness and promote optimum health for all ages in the community. We wish to 
thank all volunteers and community groups that have assisted us in the past 
year. 

Activity Attendance 

Keep Well Clinics 381 

Flu =5 Clinics 548 

Cholesterol Screening 85 

Mobile Mammogram Van 33 

Health Fair 100+ 

Lazy Eye Screening — on going 

Lead Screening — on going 

Tuberculin Testing — on going 27 

Health Promotion — on going 

Hypertension Screening — on going 757 

Communicable Disease Follow-up 12 

Home Nursing Visits 430 

Office Nursing Visits 736 

Total Clients Services 2,240 

Judy Fitzsimmons, R.N. 
Public Health Nurse 



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EDUCATION 



GRADUATES, CLASS OF 1992 



Oronde Khary Allie 

Christian James Anderson 

Chritopher Kay Bartow 

Heather Anne Bass 

Catherine Anne Beggan 

Nicole Lynn Bieryla 

Kevin Matthew Bishop 

Heather Ann Brennock 

John Winslow Brister, Jr. 

Laurie Beth Bronstein 

Christopher William Brown 

Shawn L. Burgess 

Michael Stewart Burns 

John McCormick Campbell 

Cecilia B. Candia 

Ryan Anthony CibelU 

Joseph Matthew Clemens 

Lisa Ann Coates 

James Brian Conant 

Kathleen Theresa Conroy 

Jessica Anne DeLorenzo 

Daniel Ryan DeMichele 

John Edward Donovan 

Brooks Ellis Doten 

Jason Scott Andrew DuMoulin 

Stephanie Eno 

Ian Russell Fitzpatrick 

Joseph Albert Gagliano 

Amy Gallant 

John Arthur Lannon Geary 

Ann-Margaret Grew 

Rebecca Lee Hackenburg 

Lynda Nicole Hague 

Christopher Tory Alexander Henderson 

Jason Todd Hunter 



Alexander ElUs Insley 

Charles Joseph Kennedy 

Rebecca Anne Kirk 

John Benjamin Kisiel 

Lisabeth Joarme Kondrat 

Jonas Kwong 

Carlo Anthony Lagrotteria 

Erin Mary Lennon 

Luca Pagano Leonetti 

Bridge Ming-Syu Leung 

Heidi Marie Lincoln 

David Louis MacDonald 

Brendan Lyons McCarthy 

Adam Michael McNamara 

Barbara Ellen Migliaccio 

Corrina Grace Miimar 

Bradford Patrick Mogan 

Kevin Bernard Mulcahy 

Brenden James Murphy 

John Pierce Murphy, Jr. 

Stephen James Pattison 

Anastasia Frances Pierce 

Julienne Renee Quemere 

Jennifer Reidy 

Charles Edward Shields 

Carole Jearme Therese Smith 

Jeffrey William Stone 

Patrick Dirk Suhrbier 

Erin Elisabeth Sutherland 

Jed Clinton Terry 

Jason Adam Thayer 

Rebecca Hart Tosca 

Erik Michael Waal 

Alison Dale Welz 

James Patrick Yess, Jr. 



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SCHOOL COMMITTEE AND SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

It is with pleasure that we submit the 1992 Annual Report for the Cohasset 
Public Schools. Despite the Legislature's promise of major education reform, we 
face the new year without the reality of such reform. PoUtical disputes have 
delayed passage of the Reform Act and consequently, urgently needed change in 
our education system has been delayed. We can only hope that concern for the 
education of our children, the future hope of our country, will overcome politi- 
cal considerations and the resulting initiatives will enable the Commonwealth 
to embark on this new venture of educational improvement. 

While eagerly awaiting these changes, we have during the past year con- 
tinued to address educational issues of concern within our community. As a 
result of a modest increase in staff salaries and a successful override, we were 
able to not only continue the present level of educational services available to 
our students, but also to add some much needed resources to our system. The 
F.Y. 93 budget included the new positions of Technology Assistant and Main- 
tenance Assistant. These two positions will enable the system to both make 
progress in implementing new educational technologies and also to continue our 
ongoing program of building maintenance and renovation. 

The School Committee also continued its practice of establishing armual 
goals for the system. For the coming year the goals are: 

School Facilities 

Revise five year capital budget plan. 

Implement maintenance plans at the Osgood, Deer Hill and Junior/Senior 

High School. 
Review pupil transportation options. 
Explore expanded community use of school facilities. 

Professional Development 

Implement new teacher evaluation procedure. 
Estabhsh individual school goals. 
Review In-Service structure. 

Curriculum 

Conduct review of K-12 science curriculum. 

Develop plan to better utilize diagnostic testing program. 

Monitor new grouping procedures at the Junior/Senior High School. 

Administrative Organization 

Review the department chairman structure at the Junior/Senior High School. 

Community Support 

Continue to implement programs that increase public awareness of school 
programs. 

Alternative Financial Resources 

Work with Local Education Foundation to identify corporate funding and/or 

other private sources of financial support for school programs. 
Explore possible regionalization of educational services. 



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It was with much pride that we received notice from the New England 
Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges that the Junior/Senior High School 
had received full accreditation from the Association. The awarding of accredita- 
tion followed a rigorous two-year self evaluation process by the Junior/ Senior 
High School staff and on site evaluation by a team of educators from throughout 
Massachusetts. The staff of the Junior/Senior High School certainly can be proud 
of this achievement and we are certain that they share with us the feeling of 
gratitude for the continuing support of education by the community. 

We also note with enthusiasm the formation of the Cohasset Education 
Foundation. This private initiative developed to provide support for public 
education program within the community has the following Mission Statement: 

"The Cohasset Education Foundation is a community wide partnership 
committed to enriching the quality of public education programs and in- 
struction. In cooperation with the faculty and administration, the Founda- 
tion will identify projects beyond the scope of the traditional school budget 
which improve educational opportunities for all students. The Foundation 
will develop innovative resources both private and public to accomplish this 
mission." 

Support by this group as well as the Parent School Organization, the Arts 
Booster Club, the Cohasset Drug and Alcohol Committee, sponsors of the armual 
Drug Free Weekend, and others do much to supplement the activities of the 
school system and thereby improve the educational opportunities available to 
our students. 

Respectfully submitted, 
COHASSET SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Barbara W. Bliss, Chairman 

Nancy L. Sandell 

J. Russell Reidy 

Ralph D. Kidder 

Kenneth P. Wilcox 

Stephen E. Hart, Supt. of Schools 



SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL VOCATIONAL 
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL 

As concern over funding sound public education grows, the economy con- 
tinues to falter and future uncertainties become the norm. 
South Shore Regional Vocational Technical High School, in its thirtieth year of 
serving southeastern Massachusetts, maintains a positive and productive rela- 
tionship with its district town members. During shifting political cycles 
and an ever changing social climate, South Shore has been a stable asset to area 
business and industry, as well as to many young people and to the communities 
it serves. While primarily here for students and their futures, every year Vo-Tech 
provides dozens of services for our member towns through our diversified tech- 
nical programs and the skills their students have devleoped with the guidance of 
dedicated instructional staff members. 

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In recent months alone, repairs to local fire department equipment, re-wiring 
of municipal facilities, renovation to town offices, and the hosting of nearly one 
hundred and fifty senior citizens through their Councils on Aging for a Christmas 
dinner, have highlighted our commitment to involvement and partnership. Area 
youth groups, the Boy Scouts, athletic programs, and community organizations 
continue to find welcome assistance from the South Shore Regional School 
District. South Shore remains involved and committed to serving the community, 
while providing the best and most well rounded vocational technical education 
possible to the secondary school students and adults of the area. Through the 
Continuing Education Program, approximately 500 adult learners in the past 
year have acquired new skills or enhanced existing ones, helping to fulfill our 
message to all, that more than ever before, learning needs to be a life-long enter- 
prise. 

Under the new, energetic leadership of Superintendent James Hager, who 
took the South Shore helm on July 1st, the academic and technical education 
provided at South Shore continues to be responsive and current. Programs such as 
Principles of Technology, honors level course work, "Tech Prep'* articulation 
curricula with area colleges leading to advanced standing for our graduates, and 
attempts to appropriately integrate technical and academic instruction help to 
provide a meaningful bridge to the world of work and lifelong learning. As in the 
past, approximately 70% of last year's graduates moved directly into the work 
force, with the majority into career areas for which they have been trained. On 
average, typically 15%-20% have gone on to college and 3% into the military. 
College level involvement, even if months or years after graduation, is on the 
upswing. 

Perhaps the defining event for the South Shore Regional School District in 
the past twelve months has been the delivery of the long awaited approvals and 
recent ground breaking on its campus consohdation facility construction. It is 
anticipated that the building project will be completed and the moving in will 
occur around Christmas of 1993. The addition to the Hanover complex will not 
only add the much needed physical space, but help to provide an infusion 
of opportunity for even better outreach to the citizens of Cohasset and their 
children, as well as those of other district and surrounding communities. 

Historically, we judge that approximately 30% of our graduates have gone 
on to assume leadership and/or ownership positions in businesses and industry in 
our area. This year, for the second year, we are engaged in an important and suc- 
cessful Education/Industry Partnership with Procter & Gamble Company in 
Quincy. Other inroads to mutually beneficial relationships with business and 
industry are being sought and initiated. Several companies and state agencies have 
been contacted about possibiHties for technical school to work collaboration. 

During the current school year. South Shore staff have been actively in- 
volved in the self study phase of a ten-year New England Association of 
Secondary Schools and Colleges evaluation. While examining every facet of the 
educational operation, an important component is the relationship of school and 
community. Many of our graduates provide valuable advisory feedback to how we 



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can best meet our educational and community missions. A visiting committee of 
educators from around New England will add invaluable responses as well when 
they arrive for a scheduled visit in November. 

Currently there are 421 students enrolled in the school. One hundred seven, 
or 25.4%, are female, and 314, or 74.6%, are male. 

South Shore has been proud to serve the community of Cohasset and the 
region over the years. We appreciate your support, and pledge to continue to 
deliver the highest quality programs it is within our power to provide you and 
your children, and to continue to add value to the entire South Shore community. 

Respectfully submitted. 

South Shore Regional School District 

Committee 
Laurence J. Mitchell 
Cohasset Representative 



REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PLANNING COMMITTEE 

Our Committee was voted at the April Town Meeting, and convened this fall 
to assess the feasibility of forming a Regional School District with one or more 
towns in our area. Hingham and Hull voted at their respective town meetings to 
form such Committees; only Hingham named its members. 

We have worked with the Hingham committee to prepare a preliminary finan- 
cial impact assessment for forming a Hingham-Cohasset Regional School District. 
Our approach has been to examine the key changes to facilities, personnel costs, 
operating expenses, and State Aid which would result from a regional approach 
to schools. We have received input and assistance — for which we are very appre- 
ciative — from the School Committees and Superintendents of both towns, from 
various Town agencies, and from staff members of the State Departments of 
Education and Revenue. 

At year's end, we are preparing the results of this initial assessment for sub- 
mission to the Board of Selectmen in early January. A major finding is that the 
financial impact of a regional system will be primarily determined by State Aid to 
Education legislation currently under review. Our Committee expects to submit 
a final recommendation after the legislative picture is resolved. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James C. Kirk, Chairman 
Mary Jane Mc Arthur, Secretary 
Nancy L. Sandell 



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INDEX 

In Memoriam 3 

Elected Officers 4 

Appointed Officials 6 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

Archivist 123 

By-law Committee 123 

Insurance Committee 124 

Personnel Committee 125 

Registrars, Board of 125 

Selectmen, Board of 21 

Survey Structure and Function of Town Government, Committee to 126 

Town Clerk's Report 26 

Index, Annual Town Meeting/Special Town Meeting, 

April 4 & 7, 1992 23 

Annual Town Meeting & Special Town Meeting, 

April 4 & 7, 1992 26 

Index, Special Town Meeting, November 16, 1992 85 

Special Town Meeting, November 16, 1992 86 

Presidential Primary, March 10, 1992 97 

Town Election, April 11, 1992 100 

Special Town Election, May 16, 1992 103 

State Primary, September 15, 1992 105 

State Election, November 3, 1992 108 

Election Officers 115 

Vital Statistics 116 

FINANCIAL REPORTS 

Accountant 127 

Assessors, Board of 164 

Salaries 168 

Treasurer/Collector 165 

LAND USE CONTROL 

Building Department 174 

Conservation Commission 174 

Design Review Board 175 

Health, Board of 175 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council 177 

Mosquito Control Committee 178 

Planning Board 1 79 

Plymouth County Mosquito Control 179 

Recycling Committee 180 



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PUBLIC SAFETY 

Animal Control 182 

Emergency Management 1 82 

Fire Department 1 83 

Harbor Master 1 84 

Police Department 185 

Wire Department 1 86 

PUBLIC WORKS 

Cemetery Study Committee 187 

Government Island Study Committee 1 87 

Harbor Committee 188 

Highway Department 189 

Regional Refuse Disposal Plaiming Committee 1^ 1 

Sewer Commission 191 

Tree , Park and Cemetery Department 191 

Water Department 192 

HUMAN SERVICES 

Aging, Council on 193 

Cohasset Common Historic District Commission 194 

Cohasset Housing Authority 195 

Cohasset Historical Commission 198 

Drug and Alcohol Committee 195 

Handicapped Commission 196 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library 198 

Recreation Commission 200 

Social Service League 202 

EDUCATION 

Graduates, Class of 1992 203 

Regional School District Plaiming Committee 207 

School Committee and Superintendent of Schools 204 

South Shore Regional Vo-Tech High School 205 



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